Accessibility Means

Noted: Saturday, April 3, 2010 at 11:08:37. Words count: 82.
Last updated: Saturday, April 3, 2010 at 11:08:37.

Glenda Watson Hyatt has a finished writing project about accessibility means in only 25 words. The word accessibility could be something different in our mind, Glenda wrote. She invited users to leave their thoughts in her post.

Some quotes of them, in a short, accessibility means:

  • everyone can be involved,
  • a barrier free,
  • human rights,
  • equality,
  • universal design,
  • not disability specific,
  • opening pathways,
  • people, not people on wheelchairs,
  • access with no extra effort,
  • ubiquity,
  • inclusivity,

Check the compilation in her post, What Accessibility Means in 25 Words.

Dani Iswara, [myfirstnamelastname]@gmail.com.

10 comments to "Accessibility Means"

  1. Cahya

    open quick and simple understanding – how about that?

  2. dani

    Cahya, yup, in this case, accessibility will help usability.

  3. Cahya

    Well, this blog still hardly accessible using Fx 3.6.3 :( – I
    nearly always caught on a blank page …

  4. dani

    Cahya, sorry, this blog is not intended to fully accessible in
    mind, so I named it unessential! :P

  5. Anis Fahrunisa

    simple but to the point! btw, is it possible to add simplicity to the list? :)

  6. dani

    Anis Fahrunisa,
    yes it is. But her project is already done. As long as simplicity is not always plain black on white with no graphical arts. :)

  7. Anis

    haha…you’re right, boss! As short as i know (sorry for thieving your phrase! :) ), accesibility doesn’t have to be simple and ugly. But, it’s always challenging for me to build an accessible pleasing eyes design.

    Thank’s for giving me a new horizon of design. :)

  8. dani

    Anis,
    since I am not a Web designer nor developer, I will stay with this plain layout. Poor me. :D

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