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In part 1 of our guide, “Accessibility in web design:  It’s all about how you look at it.  Part 1”, we focused on why catering for elderly, and, or, disabled people made good business sense, as well as being about inclusion and fairness.  It is on the theme of good business that we now come to look at how accessibility in other areas of web design, can improve traffic, create a better experience for the user, make greater profits, and create better reputations. It is important to remember as both a business person, who utilises a website to sell products and services, and as a designer of a website, that potentially users of your site can view it from all over the world.  By improving …

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It can be a real quagmire, trying to sift through new regulations and interpret them.  Trying to decide if they apply to you, or how to implement them into your design or designs.  You may be wondering why you have to, or what the point of them is.  You could be shaking your head in bewilderment as you read these words, and you may even be considering calling it a day. On the assumption that you are not about to throw in the towel, and are simply wondering why you are reading another article about accessibility and the web, allow me to say that this is not an article to fire-off information at you, or simply reprint regulations with which, you feel over familiar. If …

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