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In the early days of WebAIM, which began its work in the fall of 1999, I recall web developers were quite accepting of this challenge and would often comment, "You know, I just never thought about that before.
For example, in higher education, where WebAIM began its work, most developers now know that individuals who have disabilities need access and that this access is protected under the law.
I know I am guilty of having said in the early years of WebAIM, "It's not hard to accomplish.
In the last published WebAIM Screen Reader Survey (WebAIM, 2012), only 35% of the respondents (n=1,782) indicated that they believe the web has become more accessible over the previous year.
I was thrilled that the staff of NCDAE could sit on TEITAC and represent education interests throughout the process, using joint staff we shared with WebAIM.
WebAIM joined many of your voices as together we provided comments to the ANPRM in 2011 (Rowland, 2011).
WebAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind) The Web Accessibility "How-To" Site
Companies like TecAccess (and WebAIM and others) got into the business to help companies find their way through the laws and regulations.
The "products and tools" section of the WebAIM site provides links to a useful set of accessibility tools, ranging from general tools to very specific ones (e.
WebAIM has a useful guide called Creating Semantic Structure (webaim.
Three sites we found especially helpful were CAST's Bobby, the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and WebAIM (Web Accessibility In Mind).
Cheryl also took the W3C online tutorial and attended training from WebAIM.