Books & Videos

Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 A Web for Everyone

  2. Understanding the Accessibility Equation

  3. Building a Framework for Accessible User Experience

  4. Using Design Thinking for Accessibility

  5. Summary

  6. Chapter 2 People First: Designing for Differences

  7. Know Your Audience

  8. About Personas

  9. What’s in the Personas?

  10. Meet the Personas

  11. Summary

  12. Chapter 3 Clear Purpose: Well-Defined Goals

  13. How Clear Purpose Supports Accessibility

  14. How to Design for a Clear Purpose

  15. Who Is Responsible for Clear Purpose?

  16. Summary

  17. Profile: Simple and Usable with Giles Colborne

  18. Chapter 4 Solid Structure: Built to Standards

  19. How Solid Structure Supports Accessibility

  20. How to Create a Solid Structure

  21. Who Is Responsible for a Solid Structure?

  22. WCAG 2.0 and Solid Structure

  23. Summary

  24. Profile: Accessibility Standards with Mike Paciello

  25. Chapter 5 Easy Interaction: Everything Works

  26. How Easy Interaction Supports Accessibility

  27. Designing for Easy Interaction

  28. Who Is Responsible for Easy Interaction?

  29. WCAG 2.0 and Easy Interaction

  30. Summary

  31. Profile: Accessible Interaction with Derek Featherstone

  32. Chapter 6 Helpful Wayfinding: Guides Users

  33. How Helpful Wayfinding Supports Accessibility

  34. How to Design Helpful Wayfinding

  35. Who Is Responsible for Wayfinding?

  36. WCAG 2.0 and Helpful Wayfinding

  37. Summary

  38. Profile: Coding Accessibility with Steve Faulkner

  39. Chapter 7 Clean Presentation: Supports Meaning

  40. How Clean Presentation Supports Accessibility

  41. How to Design for Clean Presentation

  42. Who Is Responsible for Clean Presentation?

  43. WCAG 2.0 and Clean Presentation

  44. Summary

  45. Profile: Responsive Design with Ethan Marcotte

  46. Chapter 8 Plain Language: Creates a Conversation

  47. How Plain Language Supports Accessibility

  48. How to Design for Plain Language

  49. Who Is Responsible for Plain Language?

  50. WCAG 2.0 and Plain Language

  51. Summary

  52. Profile: Universal Plain Language with Ginny Redish

  53. Chapter 9 Accessible Media: Supports All Senses

  54. How Accessible Media Supports Accessibility

  55. When I hear and see it, health information makes more sense.

  56. How to Design for Accessible Media

  57. Who Is Responsible for Accessible Media?

  58. WCAG 2.0 and Accessible Media

  59. Summary

  60. Profile: Accessible Media with Larry Goldberg

  61. Chapter 10 Universal Usability: Creates Delight

  62. How Universal Usability Supports Web Accessibility

  63. How to Design for Universal Usability

  64. Who Is Responsible for Universal Usability?

  65. Summary

  66. Profile: Toward Universal Usability with Ben Shneiderman

  67. Chapter 11 In Practice: An Integrated Process

  68. Making Accessibility the Way You Do Business

  69. Making a Commitment to Accessibility

  70. Assessing What’s Needed for an Integrated Practice

  71. Supporting an Integrated Practice

  72. Provide tools and assistive technology for ongoing evaluation

  73. Make accessibility part of site maintenance

  74. Summary

  75. Profile: Design Education with Valerie Fletcher

  76. Chapter 12 The Future: Design for All

  77. What a Web for Everyone Looks Like

  78. What We Need to Do to Get There

  79. Now, to the Future

  80. Appendix Accessible UX Principles and Guidelines

  81. Appendix WCAG 2.0 Cross-Reference

  82. People First: Designing for Differences

  83. Clear Purpose: Well-Defined Goals

  84. Solid Structure: Built to Standards

  85. Easy Interaction: Everything Works

  86. Helpful Wayfinding: Guides Users

  87. Clean Presentation: Supports Meaning

  88. Plain Language: Creates a Conversation

  89. Accessible Media: Supports All Senses

  90. Universal Usability: Creates Delight

  91. Summary: WCAG Requirements in Order

  92. Appendix More Reading

  93. Chapter 1: A Web for Everyone

  94. Chapter 2: People First

  95. Chapter 3: Clear Purpose

  96. Chapter 4: Solid Structure

  97. Chapter 5: Easy Interaction

  98. Chapter 6: Helpful Wayfinding

  99. Chapter 7: Clean Presentation

  100. Chapter 8: Plain Language

  101. Chapter 9: Accessible Media

  102. Chapter 10: Universal Usability

  103. Chapter 11: Integrated Process

  104. Chapter 12: The Future