Jan Gulliksen, Hans von Axelson, Hans Persson, Bengt Göransson
Principles and guidelines will become more important, due to the development of accessibility policies and the harmonization with Europe. The Convention on Human Rights strengthens this trend. If designers and technologists do not follow and make use of this development, they will not win the competition for contracts in the future. The usability and accessibility of information and communication technologies (ICT) have received increasing attention recently, but how are the objectives achieved and implemented in practice? One of the means for promoting and managing accessibility is through public policies that are meant to direct interface development toward a more…
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