Access matters

Bob Easton recently unveiled his new blog, Access Matters, which focuses on developing and designing web accessibility. The blog aims to uncover a collection of best practices for making web sites more accessible.

Access Matters follows the SimpleQuiz concept; multiple choice type of questioning with real world examples. Hopefully generating a discussion and collectively agreeing on a set of best practices.

As we move away from using tables for layout to using CSS for layout, what accessibility techniques need to be updated? This blog uses a quiz format to seek current best practices. Many, but not all, questions ask about techniques that can be used in designs using CSS for layout. I ask about specific situations and see how the best minds in the industry answer.

A very interesting idea, and something that potentially can be a valuable source of information and inspiration for people developing web sites.

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