All posts for "web design" tag

Using Microformats

Published
30th September 2006
by 
Emily Coward
Category:
Using Microformats

We all use the Web for different things whether it’s to check bank statements, check the weather forecast or book concert tickets.  We do all these things relatively easily by interpreting and processing information on web pages represented by natural language, graphics, multimedia and the design and layout of the page.

The Web Accessibility Lifecycle

Published
13th October 2005
by 
Alastair Campbell
Category:
The Web Accessibility Lifecycle

This article outlines which aspects of accessibility can be checked at each stage of development, with a focus on where automated tools should fit in. Some knowledge of web accessibility is assumed. If this subject is new to you, please read an introductory article on web accessibility. The target audience is people who manage medium to large web site projects.