Website Accessibility and Inclusive Design Practices | Publication List

Summary: Our data table below features 57 published articles, research papers, and documents from our Website Accessibility category. While certain items in the list may have undergone updates, rewrites, replacements, or revisions, the default order of the table below organizes data by descending publication date. However, you can search and sort the information by clicking on the column headers - data sorting requires JavaScript to be enabled in your browser.

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Website Accessibility Publications
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Press Council Nepal's Website: A Rollercoaster Ride of Clicks and ConfusionOpinion Piece / Editorial2024/02/20
VisText: Teaching AI to Write Better Accessible Chart CaptionsReports and Proceedings2023/07/02
Disability Inclusive Programing Guidelines2023/01/09
Websites and Software Applications Accessibility Act (S. 4998) and (H.R. 9021)2022/09/30
Online Accessibility and Inclusion Report2022/02/07
Are DOI Links Worth the MoneyInformative2022/01/082024/04/02
Accessibility in a Virtual World: ADA and Our Personal Responsibility2021/05/20
Website Accessibility Software Global Market AnalysisInformative2021/05/022023/10/08
Recite Me: Not for Profit Web Accessibility SolutionProduct Release, Update2021/03/092024/04/17
Public Sector EU Websites Must Now Be AccessibleInformative2020/09/252023/08/28
List of Google Chrome Keyboard Shortcuts2019/04/042020/04/06
Enabling Flash in Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Edge and IE Web BrowsersInformative2018/06/102023/09/13
List of Domain Name ExtensionsInformative2018/06/102024/05/08
Ace a Free EPUB Accessibility Checking Tool by The DAISY Consortium2018/01/292018/03/15
European Online Public Services to be Made Accessible2016/10/292020/09/25
User1st - Website Accessibility Made Easy2016/09/14
Competition Provides Nonprofits with Disability Friendly Websites2016/08/25
US Education Department Settles Civil Rights Complaints Over Accessible Websites2016/07/012016/11/10
Europe Agreement Regarding Accessible Websites2016/05/272020/09/25
Website Vision Accessibility Checklist2016/04/202021/06/03
Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month: Accessibility Milestones2016/03/042021/06/19
CLOUD4ALL Making an Accessible Internet for Everyone2015/01/19
Boston Wheelock College Complies with ADA Laws for Website Accessibility2014/11/242021/10/12
OpenAIR Competition Seeks Designers and Nonprofits Wanting an Accessible Website2013/10/02
The Reasons Behind Online Accessibility2013/02/042021/03/09
People with Disabilities and Technology Challenges2013/02/022021/06/02
What Do You Love (WDYL) - New Search Page from Google2011/07/012016/03/27
Microsoft Announces Free Accessibility Tools and Training for Developers2011/03/17
First British Standard to Promote Web Accessibility Globally2010/12/01
UK Fix the Web Campaign Launches to Tackle Internet Accessibility2010/11/242013/06/01
NFB Non-visual Accessibility Web Certification Granted to Instructure Learning Management System2010/10/01
Global Recognition for Accessible Sydney Website2010/09/10
Magic Logix Launches New Section 508 Website for Accessology, Inc.Announcement2010/09/092024/05/06
IBM, Japan's TIC and KOA to Address Urgent Need for Elderly, Disabled Citizens to Join e-Government2010/08/04
Improving Internet Access for Seniors and Disabled with Open Source2010/08/042020/05/20
IBM Makes it Easier to Browse Web Sites on Mobile Devices2009/10/26
Website Developer Competition for Website Accessible Design Skills2009/10/092010/10/01
Larger Google Search Text and Search Form Size2009/09/102017/01/29
Microsoft's New Bing Search Engine - A Graphical Wonder2009/07/082010/07/11
Accessible Google Online Services and Applications2009/07/012017/01/29
How to Adjust Color Contrast in Windows Operating Systems2009/05/122011/05/30
How to Resize Text and Fonts in Your Browser Settings2009/05/122017/05/21
Opera Browser How to Change Default Text and Image Size2009/05/062013/12/12
Changing Website Text and Font Size in Netscape2009/05/062013/12/12
Increase Text Size and Fonts in Internet Explorer2009/05/062013/12/12
Changing Web Page Text Size using Firefox2009/05/062013/12/12
Changing Font and Text Size in Safari Browser2009/05/062013/12/12
Google Chrome Browser - Adjusting Text Size2009/05/062013/12/12
What are Blog Pingbacks Trackbacks Refbacks and LinkBacks2009/04/192013/08/17
Accessible Website Design Equals Easier Accessibility2009/01/042019/02/16
Website Design - Usability Versus Accessibility2009/01/032013/08/17
Color Codes Chart: RGB and Hex Codes for Website AccessibilityInformative2009/01/032024/04/05
List of Google Search Tips and Tricks - Find What You are Looking for Easier2009/01/022017/01/28
Sitemeter Updates Website but is it Accessible to Disabled2009/01/022015/07/18
Checking Website Accessibility with Free Toolbar2009/01/022010/07/15
W3C Web Standard Defines Accessibility2009/01/022015/03/31
W3C Standard for Accessible Speech Enabled Web Applications2008/10/142010/02/01

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