Centre for Excellence in Universal Design IT Accessibility Guidelines
The CEUD IT Accessibility Guidellines provide developer guidelines and management resources that cover a number of different technology areas. They are intended to offer guidance and explanations that can be understood by the wide range of people who are involved in developing, procuring and maintaining ICT solutions.
- Websites and online applications,
- Public access terminals, such as ATMs, information kiosks, ticket vending machines, Information displays, and card readers,
- Telecommunication devices and services, such as desktop telephones, mobile phones and Interactive Voice Response services,
- Application software,
- Smart cards and related media.
Web accessibility resources for developers, managers, procurement
- The IT Procurement Toolkit provides guidance in identifying clear and measurable accessibility requirements for tender documents.
- Auditing website accessibility - guidance for managers provides advice on how to get the most out of auditing a website for accessibility, reaching a certain level of accessibility and maintaining this level over time.
- Web accessibility techniques provides practical guidance for web developers, designers and content editors. It contains best practice examples, code snippets, videos of real users and other useful resources.
Please contact Dónal Rice (firstname.lastname@example.org), Senior ICT Advisor with the CEUD if you have any queries on the IT Accessibility Guidelines
Page last updated: 05/05/2011