Last updated on 12 November 2017 by Dani Iswara
Universal Web design should not boring with text only. Great accessibility and nice graphic-design interface are recommended. Serving visual experience is more attractive for common Web users & authors. Giving accessible touch to accomodate disability people means applying human rights correctly.
Accessites.org has a routine program to review Websites which have a pleasing visually design and great accessibility factors. See Accessites selection criteria. In bahasa Indonesia, please read Kriteria Penghargaan Desain Universal. They have 4 awards levels:
- Notable Universal Design Award [!]
- A site receiving this award level reached all of the minimum requirements outlined in our criteria above.
- Quality Universal Design Award [*]
- A site that reached this award level showed good attention to detail indicating that the developer obviously worked hard to get things right. We think that this is the type of web site that beginning developers should aim to emulate.
- Classic Universal Design Award [**]
- A site achieving this award level showed a thorough attention to detail. We believe this is a great web site on which the developer toiled diligently to get it just right. We can all learn something from this site.
- Timeless Universal Design Award [***]
- In one word – Wow! This is an outstanding site that shows an exemplary attention to detail with the developer going to incredible lengths to make it as perfect as can be. This is the type of web site that all developers should aspire to.
In 2006, Accessites gave the Classic Universal Design Award (their post category) to these Websites—which are still available now:
- Noteworthy site.
- Little Blue Plane site.
- Agentur 52eins site.
- University of California, Berkeley – Spanish Dept site.
The first 3 Websites still have the same layout until this July 2010. Little Blue Plane site has also won GAWDS Web Accessibility Awards in 2008.
Don’t judge a Website by its cover!