Topic: Web Accessibility Checklist

Cameron Moll has posted a Web Accessibility Checklist done by his co-worker, Aaron Cannon (a blind Web Developer and Accessibility Consultant):

Aaron Cannon wrote:

When I wrote the below checklist, I attempted to answer the question, “What concise pieces of advice can I give to designers that will have the greatest impact on accessibility in the majority of cases?

Again, this list is not the perfect solution, nor is it the only solution, but I believe it is a good first step, and it gives our developers and designers a place to start from.

http://cameronmoll.com/archives/2008/06 … checklist/
http://northtemple.com/1608

Exercise your faith!

Re: Web Accessibility Checklist

All good stuff and things that I do my best to do wink

James Cooper --  God loving, banjo playing, geek!

Re: Web Accessibility Checklist

Thanks, saw that one and added it to my list of "reference sheets / checklists."

"I was blind, but now I see!"  John 9:25