By Jeremy Sydik
«Accessibility» has a name of being uninteresting, dry, and unfriendly towards image design.
But there's a greater means: well-styled semantic markup that allows you to give you the absolute best effects for your entire users.
This booklet can assist you offer pictures, video, Flash and PDF in an available means that appears nice in your sighted clients, yet continues to be obtainable to all clients.
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While it’s true that layout graphics hinder some users with visual or cognitive impairments, many non-disabled users also benefit from well designed visual formatting. Great graphic designers understand that not everyone can make use of visual styling and rise to the challenge of working within the freedoms and constraints of the online environment. By mastering this balance, designers are able to produce flexible visual layouts that enhance content for a wide variety of users but politely step aside for users that cannot or do not wish to use them.
On the Cutting Room Floor, on page 194 will show you how to merge captions, audio descriptions, and video into a single product for the web. 3 Mobility Impairments A mobility impairment is any condition where there is a limitation or loss to the range of motion in one or more limbs. The area of mobility impairment represents a wide range of disabilities ranging from relatively mild, such as minor arthritis or minimal repetitive stress injuries to severe, such as missing limbs or paralysis. The type of mobility impairment that a user has doesn’t affect the way that we create content as much as the technologies used to accommodate them do.
4. 46 P LAN FOR A CCESS appropriate for the content at hand and handle the styling separately. We’ll talk more about tagging for meaning in Say It With Meaning, on page 83. If you really want to emphasize the structure of your content, you could look at constructing a DTD (Document Type Definition) for your project. See the sidebar on the following page for more details. One of the advantages of using a DTD is that you can abstract the tagging and layout decisions necessary for accessibility away from the content authors who can then focus on their primary goal—writing good content.
Design Accessible Web Sites: Thirty-Six Keys to Creating Content for All Audiences and Platforms by Jeremy Sydik