The Open Accessibility Personalisation Extension (OpenAPE) is a web service to exchange context information in order to personalize all kind of electronic devices and services. It also provides a service to up- and download reusable user interface components. Furthermore, it provides a recommendation service for personalized user settings. OpenAPE is the reference implementation of ISO/IEC 24752-8.
The Inclusive Design Guide can be applied to digital design as well as to the design of services, the built environment and physical products. It can be applied to processes like workshops, meetings, conferences, and even our daily interactions with one another. It can be used by anyone. The Guide is ever-evolving as we learn more about how to design inclusion into all that we do.
Protection of user privacy has special significance when developing accessible technologies since the individuals using these technologies are often the most vulnerable to the misuse of personal information. This content helps to reduce personal risk for consumers by providing best practice guidelines for the creation and application of individualized privacy policies that people can understand and express.
The Inclusive Design Guidelines aim to help gain a better understanding of an inclusive design approach and practice its application in projects and processes. These Guidelines are concise and engaging guidelines for inclusive design, broken up into four sections: principles, practices, tools, and activities.
This is a post about digital accessibility laws around the world. Links are provided where available. The list in this post is intended to serve as a resource only. It is not legal advice and it is not exhaustive. While frequently updated, it may not be current as of the date you are visiting the page.