Zoom Layouts

October 23rd, 2005 by Jerome Dahdah

Building an accessible website means finding a way to provide the content for all possible groups of visitors. There’s more to it than just using web standards like XHTML and CSS, though that is a good step in the direction.

High-contrast zoom layouts, such as this one (compare: regular layout), offer a good solution in providing information to visually impaired users. Accessibility expert and author Joe Clark has a useful collection of resources.

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