heikki at osafoundation.org
Thu Mar 17 10:06:05 PST 2005
Mimi and I had a brief chat about accessibility, and I remembered
Mozilla has a pretty good accessibility story and website with advice
and links to external resources. Basically accessibility means making
software usable for disabled people, but in fact it also tends to
improve usability for non-disabled users (like having keyboard shortcuts
to everything, consistent UI etc.) There are also legal requirements in
the US to make accessible software.
Mozilla Accessibility Project: http://www.mozilla.org/access/
Couple of interesting direct links:
Information for non-Mozilla developers:
Accessible Toolkit Checklist:
If you are interested, we could probably get Mozilla's chief
accessibility guru (Aaron Leventhal) to give us a presentation at OSAF.
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