9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 8 October 2006
A must for all web developers, designers, commissioners, and users
If ever there was a book that not only explained why accessibility is vital to web development, but also shared the tips and techniques to achieve it - this is it.
An easy to read common sense attitude, along with the legal facts, make this a must read for anyone in the industry today.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 16 July 2007
This text book is of very high quality and an engaging read. Apart from the expected target audience of web developers, I will suggest that website owners and non-developers should consider getting hold of this vital textbook.
The fact that it leaves you wanting more is a compliment to its quality. Even though it is bulky, I wished it had covered certain areas in more detail.
Anyway the numerous authors are to be congratulated. Indeed, given the size of the field and the rapid pace of developments, a second "part II - advanced" volume would be a very good idea indeed.