Accessibility Handbook (2020)

Accessibility Handbook Katie Cunningham Accessibility Handbook Get practical guidelines for making your website accessible to people with disabilities With this handbook you ll learn how to design or develop a site that conforms to Section of the US Rehabili
  • Title: Accessibility Handbook
  • Author: Katie Cunningham
  • ISBN: 9781449322854
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
Accessibility Handbook Katie Cunningham Get practical guidelines for making your website accessible to people with disabilities With this handbook, you ll learn how to design or develop a site that conforms to Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act and in the process, you ll discover how to provide a better user experience for everyoneThe Accessibility Handbook introduces you to several audiences that have dGet practical guidelines for making your website accessible to people with disabilities With this handbook, you ll learn how to design or develop a site that conforms to Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act and in the process, you ll discover how to provide a better user experience for everyoneThe Accessibility Handbook introduces you to several audiences that have difficulty using today s complex websites, including people with blindness, hearing loss, physical disabilities, and cognitive disorders Learn how to support assistive technologies and understand which fonts, colors, page layouts, and other design elements work best without having to exclude advanced functions, hire outside help, or significantly increase overhead.
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  1. Ahmad Shadeed

    Very good book for anyone who is interested in learning about web accessibility After reading it, you will get some ideas for your next step in the field Recommended.

  2. Rob

    review Accessibility HandbookKatie Cunningham s Accessibility Handbook O Reilly, 2012 is a concise and specific introduction to accessibility a11y and 508 compliance Cunningham provides a walking tour of the major types of disabilities that web developers need to consider when creating a site for a11y, illustrating how people with those disabilities will use a site, and then detailing easy solutions and best practices to craft a site with the necessary accommodations Better yet, she makes strong [...]

  3. Karen Mardahl

    This is the perfect gift to all web developers It is a great getting started book for many other people, too.It s short and sweet, so no one should be daunted by the size.The writing is clear and easy to understand.There are code examples throughout the book, which prove her points.Maybe it is too short and sweet for some, but I d say that is for the experienced Short and sweet is what you need when really working on accessibility is new for you.It s an even faster read if you are someone who d [...]

  4. Mark Eichin

    A good starting point if you ve only recently heard about accessibility and are wondering if or were just told it s something you need to worry about Does a good job showing that 1 yes, you do 2 there isn t that much you need to do 3 everything involved will improve your website anyway Convinces without overwhelming, and has good pointers to specific resources if you have trouble in a particular area.

  5. Lisa

    Even though I know a lot about accessibility and the tools that are available, this book helped answer some questions I had, such as how screen readers handle changing content on a web page It also gave great tips guidelines reminders so that I can make better web pages in the future.

  6. Kyle

    This book presents some practical considerations that could easily be overlooked when trying to implement web accessibility policies on a larger scale.The code snippets were something that I personally found helpful for deeper understanding.

  7. Sarah Hayes

    This is a very slim but useful guide on making websites accessible to disabled users I m very interested in the sources that they provide at the end of the book I hope programmers see this and realize how important it is to make their websites as open as possible to all users and all assistive technologies.

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