This is an unpublished draft preview that might include content that is not yet approved. The published website is at w3.org/WAI/.

How People with Disabilities Use the Web

Accessibility: It's about people

Introduction

How do people who cannot move their arms use your website? What about people who cannot see well or at all? Or people who have difficulty hearing, or understanding, or have other disabilities?

This resource introduces how people with disabilities use the Web. It describes tools and approaches that people with different kinds of disabilities, including people with age-related impairments, use to browse the Web. It illustrates barriers people may encounter due to poor design. It helps developers, designers, and others to understand the principles for creating accessible websites, web applications, browsers, and other web tools.

This resource includes the following sections

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This is an unpublished draft preview that might include content that is not yet approved. The published website is at w3.org/WAI/.