Developing sites for users with cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties

When people think about accessibility of web content, there’s a tendency to concentrate on people with visual impairments. People with cognitive impairments and learning difficulties are often overlooked.

This article by Roger Hudson, Russ Weakley, and Peter Firminger, examines the types of problems visitors may encounter when using the web, with insightful and practical suggestions on how to develop websites that are inclusive for people with cognitive impairments and learning difficulties.

Read the article over at Juicy Studio.

Filed under: Accessibility
Posted by Patrick H. Lauke on Sunday, January 30, 2005

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