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-- Accessibility and Usability
---- What Is The Definition & Extent Of Web Site Usability?
buckworks - 12:28 pm on Oct 31, 2007 (gmt 0) Pages load quickly.
Here are a few thoughts to start with:
The site is well organized and the information architecture is easy for users to understand.
The navigation is clear and it's easy to move around the site ... for both sighted and non-sighted users.
The content is laid out so pages are easy to scan, and when you've finished reading a page it's obvious what to do next.
Every aspect of the site uses language that is clear, concise and unambiguous. There are no spelling or grammatical errors.
Graphics are also clear, concise and unambiguous. No garish color combinations, please.
Content is ordered and elements are labelled so the page would make good sense to someone accessing it with an audible screen reader.
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