Accessibility Standards

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Thursday, February 01, 2007

Accessibility Standards: - Industry variation in Accessibility

Industry variation in Accessibility - Level AA covers the next level of accessibility standards. The results 76 (local government) to 100 (retail) suggests that very few organisations have attempted to jump this bar. Local government has done better probably as a spill-over from the work

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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Accessibility Standards: - Towards full civil rights

Towards full civil rights - Exemptions: Currently around 50 per cent of rail vehicles have some form of exemption from accessibility regulations because they are not fully compliant with accessibility standards. Any new exemptions will have to be approved by Parliament and also

Accessibility for all is admirable and achievable
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - All new homes should have to meet accessibility standards. And no one should be embarrassed to speak up when they encounter needless hurdles. Yes, inclusiveness costs money. But usually not a lot. Incorporating accessible features into a new house

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Accessibility Standards: - Element K Selects HiSoftware to Perform Web Site and Product

Element K Selects HiSoftware to Perform Web Site and Product - Element K had already produced a VPAT, but wanted a third-party validation to ensure that the Web site was up-to-date with current accessibility standards that can change very quickly. HiSoftware reviewed and tested 100 pages that comprise the entire

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PRWeb - Study Reveals Government Websites Are Unusable To A Growing Number Of Californians A comprehensive assessment of over 400 municipal websites reveals that 91% of California's cities fail to meet basic accessibility standards. The results show that

Departmental and Organizational Web Sites
College of William and Mary - Departmental web managers are responsible for creating content that meets web usability and accessibility standards, ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of the information presented, publishing pages that represent professional design and quality

Enforcing the Disabilities Law
Inside Higher Ed - Ensuring that all buildings and facilities in which programs are offered to the public and students meet accessibility standards. Creating systems for changing facilities or moving events if a person with a disability registers for an event. Reviewing

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