The Design Manual by David WhitbreadA comprehensive reference guide to the design and production of documents. Written as a companion volume to the CommonwealthStyle Manual, The Design Manualis an indispensable reference for traditional and digital publishing.
Call Number: Z253.53 W55 2001
Developing with Web Standards by John AllsoppA companion to Jeffrey Zeldman's Designing with Web Standards, this book approaches standards from a more tactical and instructional point of view. Today's web designers and developers need to update their skills and knowledge and get away from out-of-date table and font-based approaches. In Developing with Web Standards, they will learn current best practices in standards-based development. The topics covered are based on the author's extensive experience from the professional development trenches and will give readers a thorough grounding in contemporary web development technologies and techniques with a focus on relevant emerging aspects of HTML, CSS, and other web standards.
Call Number: TK5105.888 .A54 2010
Information, Place, and Cyberspace: Issues in Accessibility by Donald G. Janelle (Editor); David C. Hodge (Editor)This book explores how new communication and information technologies combine with transportation to modify human spatial and temporal relationships in everyday life. It targets the need to differentiate accessibility levels among a broad range of social groupings, the need to study disparities in electronic accessibility, and the need to investigate new measures and means of representing the geography of opportunity in the information age. It explores how models based on physical notions of distance and connectivity are insufficient for understanding the new structures and behaviors that characterize current regional realities, with examples drawn from Europe, New Zealand, and North America. While traditional notions of accessibility and spatial interaction remain important, information technologies are dramatically modifying and expanding the scope of these core geographical concepts.
Call Number: T14.5 I54 2000
Web Accessibility for People with Disabilities by Mike PacielloKey Benefits Comply with all legal mandates and standards Master HTML enhancements for accessibility Employ the best accessibility tools Make your Web site accessible to everyone! This definitive resource provides Internet and Web administrators and devel
Call Number: HV1569.5 P253 2000
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Apps for All: Coding Accessible Applications by Heydon PickeringStarting with defining simple button controls and moving on to create reusable, accessible widgets, this book is about making interactions possible and meaningful for those who suffer from cognitive and motor impairments, as well as users who experience a range of vision impairments. However, the lessons learned from addressing the specific requirements of those using assistive technologies or consuming information in unusual ways can be applied to enrich the web for everyone.
Inclusive Components by Heydon PickeringEach chapter tackles a single component, addressing how we might read and interact with it, and how we can make the component more reliable and robust for every single customer.