News Sites Slow To Make Content Accessible
December 15, 2003
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA--The University of Southern California Online Journalism Review recently looked at how news-related Websites have been slow to make their content accessible to readers with disabilities.
The article give some examples of how to make Websites accessible to people who may have trouble reading because of blindness or other reasons.
It is one of the most extensive articles I have seen on the subject, with explanations on how to build Websites with accessibility in mind, along with links to related articles and important resources.
"Sites Slowly Seeing the Need to Make the Web Accessible to the Blind" (USC Annenberg Online Journalism Review)
"Ramping The Web" by Dave Reynolds (Computor Companion)