Building Accessible Websites
Using a strategic approach to the issues in a journalistic style, this book will be a foundation for how people think about this issue going forward-the first book people would read on the topic, before delving into the minutiae of the moment.
With lawsuits and human-rights complaints proliferating, and with simple awareness of accessibility percolating through the industry, soon it will be hard to find a web shop that won't be producing accessible sites, whether it presently has the experience and know-how or not. Government mandates, lawsuits from disability groups, more non-English speaking web users, and an increasing population of Web-enabled devices make this a vital topic.
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A seminal book on promoting standards and accesibility in websites. Written in a somwhat caustic tone, but gets its points across with good examples and rebuttals to common excuses for practices that make the web hard for many to use. Read full review
Beautifully typeset, but very outdated – it would really deserve a good update.