Website accessibility: a cross-sector comparison

@article{LoiaconoMello2005WebsiteAA,
  title={Website accessibility: a cross-sector comparison},
  author={Eleanor T. Loiacono-Mello and Scott McCoy},
  journal={Universal Access in the Information Society},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={393-399}
}
The Web has transformed the way organizations interact with clients, customers, and constituents. A large portion of these groups is often neglected, namely people with disabilities. This study compares federal government, non-profit organization (NPO), and corporate homepages accessibility to determine how accessible these websites are to people with disabilities and how they compare to each other. The results indicate that federal homepages (23%), which are mandated to be accessible, are… CONTINUE READING

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