I don't Care of
Web Standard,
Accessibility,
Usability & SEO
                              Dani Iswara
                  d...
I'm not a web designer
nor web developer




                         I'm just a user,
                                  r...
with the dial­up, slow Internet connection
       & volume­based bandwidth

I have to disable images when browsing
Then...I've lost some informations..
What's the title?
Where's the content?
<img src=”http://example.com/image.png”
      width=”500” height=”300”
      alt=”image's short description” />



Are the...
Where's the submit/send button?
I'm just a human being
What about
        disabled people?
      no mouse available?
screen readers, speech readers?
      screen resolutions?
  ...
What can we do?
Help visitors...
tableless
colour contrast
relative sizes
h1­h6
special text (bold, emphasis, underline)
unique anchor links
access keys
descriptive title attributes (links, labels)
descriptive alt attributes (images)
alternative descriptions for audio/video
...
Web Standard, Semantic
Accessibility, Fast Reading
     Usability, SEO
..validate
                   ..revalidate


       check..
       recheck..


         X/HTML and/or CSS
validators & che...
I don't care of
 Web Standard, Semantic
Accessibility, Fast Reading
     Usability, SEO
but
I do care of
   visitors
make it universal


universal design
You are free to share (copy, distribute, transmit) & adapt this work 
    under the similar license Creative Commons Attri...
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I don't Care of Web Standard, Accessibility, Usability & SEO

  1. 1. I don't Care of Web Standard, Accessibility, Usability & SEO Dani Iswara daniiswara@gmail.com http://daniiswara.net/
  2. 2. I'm not a web designer nor web developer I'm just a user, reader, visitor
  3. 3. with the dial­up, slow Internet connection & volume­based bandwidth I have to disable images when browsing
  4. 4. Then...I've lost some informations..
  5. 5. What's the title?
  6. 6. Where's the content?
  7. 7. <img src=”http://example.com/image.png” width=”500” height=”300” alt=”image's short description” /> Are there any text alternatives for the non­text?
  8. 8. Where's the submit/send button?
  9. 9. I'm just a human being
  10. 10. What about disabled people? no mouse available? screen readers, speech readers? screen resolutions? Braille printers? search engines?
  11. 11. What can we do?
  12. 12. Help visitors...
  13. 13. tableless colour contrast relative sizes h1­h6 special text (bold, emphasis, underline) unique anchor links access keys
  14. 14. descriptive title attributes (links, labels) descriptive alt attributes (images) alternative descriptions for audio/video captions common senses
  15. 15. Web Standard, Semantic Accessibility, Fast Reading Usability, SEO
  16. 16. ..validate ..revalidate check.. recheck.. X/HTML and/or CSS validators & checkers aren't everything it just help
  17. 17. I don't care of Web Standard, Semantic Accessibility, Fast Reading Usability, SEO
  18. 18. but I do care of visitors
  19. 19. make it universal universal design
  20. 20. You are free to share (copy, distribute, transmit) & adapt this work  under the similar license Creative Commons Attribution­ Noncommercial­Share Alike 3.0 Unported Dani Iswara daniiswara@gmail.com http://daniiswara.net/
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