digital media access group
...excellent accessibility research and consultancy
This is a archived version of the DMAG website, but the information remains for reference. Please visit the new website for updated information.
Who has difficulties accessing your website?
- People who, due to a temporary or permanent disability, may not be able to see, hear, move, or may not be able to process some types of information easily or at all.
- People who have difficulty reading or comprehending text.
- People who do not have or are not able to use a keyboard or mouse.
- People who have a text-only screen, a small screen, or a slow Internet connection.
- People who do not speak or understand fluently the language in which the document is written.
- People who are in a situation where their eyes, ears, or hands are busy or interfered with (e.g., driving to work, working in a loud environment, etc.).
- People who have an early version of a browser, a different browser entirely, a voice browser, or a different operating system.
And don't forget, at a given point in time anyone of us may find ourself in one of these categories....