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- 3M Office Ergonomics Audit A simple self-assessment of your own workplace. (.pdf)
- 6 Surprising Bad Practices That Hurt Dyslexic Users Web accessibility doesn't only extend to color blind users, but dyslexic users too.
- AbilityNet is a UK charity helping disabled adults and children use computers and the Internet by adapting and adjusting their technology.
- Accessible Techcomm All about accessibility and technical communication
- Accessify tools, wizards, articles and tutorials on Web Accessibility for the conscientious web developer
- Accessible Web Design online course offered by the International Webmasters Association
- Accessible Web Site Design bulleted list of standards in designing Web pages
- Alertbox: Current Issues in Web Usability Bi-weekly column by Dr. Jakob Nielsen, principal, Nielsen Norman Group
- “ALPHABET SOUP: A web designer's journey to standards and accessibility by Randal Rust
- Apple® Accessibility Features Vision built into all Macintosh computers provides adjustable keyboard, an ergonomic mouse, CloseView screen magnification software, Easy Access system software (StickyKeys, SlowKeys, MouseKeys), electronic documentation, key-repeat disable, text-to-speech synthesis and voice recognition (PlainTalk), sticky mouse, and visual alert cues. The VoiceOver spoken English interface for Mac OS X is a fully integrated, built-in screen reader technology providing access to the Macintosh through speech, audible cues, and keyboard navigation.
- Apple Mac OS X Accessibility Features OS 10.4 brings universal accessibility to the fore and allows users plenty of scope for controlling the Mac's core applications.
- BBC: My Web, My Way [Archived site—no longer maintained.] aims to help people with the tools and understanding that will enable them to make the most of the world-wide web (not just bbc.co.uk), whatever their ability or disability. The site provides advice and help to all those people who would benefit from making changes to their browser, operating system, or computer to be able to view the Web in a more accessible way. The site is not only for those with disabilities (visual, hearing, motor, cognitive or learning impairments) but also, for example, for those people with minor vision impairments who would not consider themselves to have a disability. The site is maintained through a partnership between bbc.co.uk and AbilityNet, a leading UK computing and disability charity. It is based on AbilityNet's original "My Computer, My Way" site.
- Cognitive Disabilities Part 1: We Still Know Too Little, and We Do Even Less
- Cognitive Disabilities Part 2: Conceptualizing Design Considerations
- Creating accessible content: 10 tips for web writers
- Download the PDF Creating accessible content: 10 tips for web writers (.pdf)
- HiSoftware Compliance Sheriff Accessibility Module (AccRepair) quality and accessibility testing and repair solution
- Seven Accessibility Mistakes, Part 1 in Web Design from Digital Web Magazine mistakes 1–3
- Seven Accessibility Mistakes, Part 2 in Web Design from Digital Web Magazine mistakes 4–7
- CSS Zen Garden demonstrates the power and flexibility of CSS for formatting the visual presentation of web pages.
- Deque Systems accessibility products and services and a "Guide to Digital Accessibility"
- Designing with Web Standards the Daily Report from Jeffrey Zeldman, provides Web design news and information.
- Divya Manian Web Development archives of her writing from 2007 to today. Divya is a product manager at Adobe and is or has been a contributor on HTML5 Please / HTML5 Boilerplate / W3Fools / Move the web forward.
- Enabling Accessibility in Flex applications [United Kingdom]
- Ergonomics at Loughborough [United Kingdom]
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