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As a result of completing a fairly in depth look at accessibility issues for web designers I am rounding out my work on the subject by mentioning the fact that today is World Usability Day. Alright, this year’s theme is transportation, but there’s a strong technology flavour throughout this subject.
Lisa Halabi from Webcredible explains why e-commerce websites need to work much harder on making their sites usable and accessible
While accessibility and standards are great for the web, the concept of usability has been overblown. "Usability" as we define it is basically the rules for how the web should behave while in the confines of the web browser. But web applications don't have to exist inside the browser and relegating them to these antiquated notions of usability is bad for progress.
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