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Re: Accessible for whom?ted visual fields


From: GF Mueden
Date: Jun 28, 2013 1:25PM

Thank you Gabriel. My question has to do with the guidelines:

Is there something there for the dyslexic?

It helps to know what the guidelines say about how each disability should be treated. Then a report of difficulty can be helpful, not just critical.

George >

On 6/28/2013 11:16 AM, McMorland, Gabriel wrote:
> Ideally, all people of all abilities are served well. You might enjoy reading about "universal design" or browsing through the articles on webaim.org
> There was a thread a few weeks ago about color contrast for colorblind users.
> It's hard for me to address your question without more specific direction.
> -----Original Message-----
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> Subject: Re: [WebAIM] Accessible for whom?ted visual fields
> Dear All -
> I keep wondering what guidelines benefit various disabities. Is there
> something there for the dyslexic? For the color blind? Some sites
> may be taccessible for the blind, but not for those with limited visual
> fields. In these ,discussionscan I take accessible to mean fully
> accessible? What disabilities are served? It is mushy.
> Regards, George
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