This website teaches educators and website developers to design webs that provide more accessibility. The accessibility sections are ‘What is Disability?’, ‘Types of Accessibility Aids’ and ‘Principles of Accessible Design’. It states the principles of accessible design regarding flexibility, simplicity and inductivity, minimizing errors, using redundant modalities, and avoiding side effects. In the ‘Types of Accessibility Aids’ section, there are tips on how to make the website accessible for impaired people with visual, hearing, speech, motor, cognitive, and repetitive stress issues.
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