By Sarah Horton, Whitney Quesenbery, Aaron Gustafson
When you are answerable for the person event, improvement, or method for a website, an internet for everybody may help you're making your website available with out sacrificing layout or innovation. Rooted in common layout rules, this ebook offers ideas: useful suggestion and examples of the way to create websites that everybody can use.
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Only about 10% of people who are blind can read and write braille. Lea Living with fatigue and pain No one gets that this really is a disability. Lea was on track to become the editor of the magazine she worked for when she started having numbness in her hands and feeling completely fatigued by the middle of the afternoon. She tried medications and exercise and getting enough sleep, but finally she had to make a change in her life. She found a job where she could work from home, on her own schedule.
Finally, we have identified some of the types of assistive technology they might use and ways in which they might personalize their use of technology. We hope that these personas will help you connect the technology that accessibility standards support with the people who benefit from its inclusion. Then, for example, when you think about coding for screen readers, you will think of Jacob, or Trevor might give you some insight into cognitive disabilities. Finally, we hope that the goals of the standards will come alive through these characters.
What舗s in the Personas? Each persona has a name, a gender, and an age. They all have a personal story about their family, their work, or where they live. These details are not meant to limit the views of the personas, but to anchor them in a realistic setting. The personas also include information about their abilities, aptitudes, and attitudes, using the model that Ginny Redish and Dana Chisnell developed in their work on how older adults use the web: 舦 Ability: Information about their ability (physical, cognitive, language) and any assistive technology (AT) they use.
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