Universal Web Pages
Designing Web Pages Accessible to Everyone
Customers and employees who use computer assistive technology,
such as screen reading software, are often unable to access company web sites
due to inaccessible web page features.
To help you determine if your business web site is accessible,
or to help you design an accessible web site, the following resources will
provide the guidance and assistance you need.
Designing Accessible Web Pages - Job Accommodation Network (U.S. DOL)
This web site provides tips and easy instructions for making
your web pages
accessible to everyone, including people with hearing impairments, sensory
impairments, motor impairments, and cognitive impairments. Additional
helpful resources are provided.
Web Design - Northwest ADA/IT Center
This web site provides a number of resource links that can
help you design
an accessible web site, or help you make needed modifications.
Center for Applied Special
Technology (CAST) - "Bobby"
"Bobby" is an online tool that can evaluate your web pages
or web site for
accessibility. If your web site meets "Bobby Approval," you can display the
logo at your web site to show your web site is accessible to everyone.
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