"The power of the Web is in its universality.
Access by everyone
regardless of disability is an essential aspect."
-- Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web
Web Accessibility Initiative
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) promotes a high degree of
for people with disabilities. W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
pursues accessibility solutions on the Web for people with visual,
physical, cognitive and neurological disabilities.
- Developing accessibility guidelines
- Ensuring that Web technologies support accessibility
- Developing techniques to evaluate accessibility
- Developing resources for education and outreach
- Coordinating with advanced research and development
- Introduction to Web Accessibility
- Quick Tips to Make Accessible Web Sites
- How People with Disabilities Use the Web
- Accessibility Guidelines/Standards
- Essential Components of Web Accessibility
- Evaluating Accessibility
- Developing a Business Case
WAI welcomes your participation and support. WAI develops
accessibility solutions with industry, disability organizations,
accessibility researchers, governments and others. To learn more, visit
WAI is supported in part by funding from the U.S. Department of
Commission's Information Society Technologies Programme; Industry Canada's Assistive Devices Industry Office;
CA, Fundación ONCE; HP: IBM; Microsoft
Corporation; SAP; Verizon Foundation and Wells Fargo.
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