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Developing countries, developing experiences: approaches to accessibility for the real world.

by Accessible User Experience Engineer at The Paciello Group on Apr 26, 2010

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Presentation of paper by Brian Kelly, Sarah Lewthwaite and David Sloan on 26th April at W4A 2010, Raleigh US. We discuss how we can learn from successes and limitations of web accessibility policy in ...

Presentation of paper by Brian Kelly, Sarah Lewthwaite and David Sloan on 26th April at W4A 2010, Raleigh US. We discuss how we can learn from successes and limitations of web accessibility policy in the developed world, in order to optimise web accessibility policy in the developing world

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