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Old 06-21-2007, 09:41 AM   #1
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Default Joe Clark on accessibility (& more)

Joe Clark is an excellent writer, generally smart, and very free with his considered (and other) opinions. He has built a reputation on designing sites for accessibility, covering that at his business site, Joe Clark: Accessibility, Design, Writing. It is well worth visiting and reading, even if you find yourself disagreeing with him (I doubt he would mind).

This essay on Levels of Accessibility Knowledge happens to be from his personal blog “fawny,” also well worth poking around in. At the bottom of the page are links to many other of his essays, including some on fonts.

The site itself is a clean and striking example of WordPress in action (almost makes me feel like throwing out everything and starting over — only I am not sure how helpful and accessible it is to have all the nav at the bottom of the screen). Sure is easy to read, though. And really gets your attention.

   
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