This reference material is a great resource for web developers, content managers, instructors and students in web design courses. It is aptly named 'Web 4 all". The material provides a good and thorough overview of the requirements needed for web accessibility and usability. There is information on web content, tools and techniques needed for accessibility testing and additional tips on creating accessible content.
Type of Material:
This is reference material for Web accessibility and usability.
Anyone working in web design and beyond. The concepts may be relevant to anyone designing materials.
Web browser and internet connection.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
Understanding web accessibility.
Becoming aware of accessibility challenges for various users.
Target Student Population:
College level and working professionals.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
Some knowledge of html programming and web design.
It's an excellent resource (very thorough). All the basic information is covered. It's a solid source of information.
There is a lot of text that's not broken up. The site lacks interactivity.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Anyone working in web design, making website updates, or specifically working on usability issues, will find this site helpful. It's very solid and thorough.
Please include screenshots, more hands on option, and examples of good, outstanding, or bad design.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Clear website that's easy to navigate. It's an excellent reference; web designers and web masters should have this site in their toolbox!
Other Issues and Comments:
Professional and cleanly designed website, however, there is a lot of content. Having audio-visual components would help the users.
Perhaps learning styles could be addressed web design context.
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