This website is a part of the INFO6002 "Assistive Technologies and Universal Design" Module. The aim of this site is to create an accessible website that presents a summary of my report’s findings.
I have designed the website to be as accessible as
possible, by providing appropriate headings, subheadings and link
descriptions. I have used a style sheet to separate the content from the
style so it will work successfully by a screen reader.
The style sheet that I have used provides high contrast colours to enhance visibility, and tried to include links wherever it was appropriate to help the users find their way around the site.
- An evidence from WAVE.
- An evidence from FAE
This website has been designed according to W3C standards. You can use the link to the Markup and CSS validator at the bottom of each page to see the official validation of the page.
This website works perfectly with most popular browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome. I have tested it by BrowserCam Tool with more than 20 different mix environments between Operating Systems such as Windows, Linux and Mac and Browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome (The evidences from BrowserCam website).