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This QuickSheet provides a summary of key documents that can aid in gaining a better understanding of accessibility strategies for Cognitive, Language and Learning Disabilities

This is an overview of the accessibility legislation and regulations in European countries, including the efforts of the European Union to set up minimum requirements for all Member States.

This is a collection of resources for web accessibility, including key places which provide a large number of such resources.

Adaptive user interfaces can change their appearance and/or interaction behaviour to match the requirements of an individual user, the used device and current context conditions.

This is a comparative view of the gesture accessibility options of various mainstream mobile operating systems.

Here you will find a number of other interesting summative documents that do not deal with the DeveloperSpace topic (access to ICT), but provide a more spherical view of other aspects of disability.

This Quick Sheet provides detailed information about decibels, sound pressure level and our perception of loudness.

This is an introduction to social media accessibility, including identification of common accessibility issues and features offered by each social media platform to make your posts more accessible.

We set out to see if there was a PDF reader that had readability features like the ability to change the font size, line spacing, word spacing etc.

This QuickSheet provides a summary of key documents that can aid in understanding the disability market; providing reports, strategies, articles and other documents that present status, data, statistics, trends, and other aspects related to disability.

Using images in web sites automatically introduces accessibility issues for some people, who are unable to see them, but at the same it could be an accessibility facilitator for others. Read more about how to use images in web sites at their best potential, and how to make sure that they are accessible for all.

This is a short overview of web accessibility, including a discussion about the potential benefits for all web users.

Learn more about readability, formulas and tools used to measure written text readability.

Find out how to be sure your website or web application works with the keyboard alone.

The Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) specification defines roles, states, and properties that should be used to provide semantics in languages where they may not be available. Assistive technologies, such as screen readers, use what ARIA offers in order to communicate with browsers to present information about the status of interactions, and the like. As a result, WAI-ARIA is especially important to consider when creating dynamic content.

There are a number of standards that can be considered, depending on whether you are creating a static or dynamic web site, an authoring tool, or perhaps even a PDF document.

Find out why making correct use of semantic markup is important for web accessibility.

This is a short overview of existing resources on web accessibility legislation.

Find out how to manage focus on a webpage or in a web application.

This is a quick overview of the main concepts guiding the development of well organized html documents.