We aim to prove that accessible, usable web sites built with universality and standards in mind need not be boring. We will show you artfully crafted sites made by some of today’s most progressive web developers. Join us in honoring them and the sites they meticulously and lovingly build.
Welcome to Accessites.org
There are many design considerations when creating or re-designing a Web site.
- Corporate branding.
- Providing quality content for your visitors.
- Ensuring that the site is accessible via a range of different devices to users with varying needs.
However, all of this is going to be pretty pointless unless people have a reasonable chance of finding your site via Google or another search engine. Enter the art of Search Engine Optimisation or “SEO” for short.
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The Web Perfectionist site was designed by Irina Ponomareva to be clean, elegant, easy to use and accessible to all.
We found it to be a very solid, well coded, accessible site.
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We were both shocked and saddened to learn of the sudden death of Jack Pickard at the weekend.
Jack was a part of Accessites.org from its earliest days and, although he had taken a back seat from active Team Access duty more recently, he was still there, in the background, ready to lend a hand if needed.
We’ve lost a great colleague with a wicked sense of humour and the Web has lost a talented developer. Our thoughts and sympathies go out to his family.
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Law Office of Lainey Feingold, the business site of disability rights lawyer Lainey Feingold, was designed by Mike Cherim specifically to conform to the level of AAA under the WCAG 2.0. And having already officially achieved this status, there was hope we might have our first Timeless Universal Design Award on our hands!
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