Articles about Regulations & Laws

Separate but Unequal: Web Interfaces for People with Disabilities

A separate, unequal interface is not an acceptable accessibility solution. Good design values having one interface accessible to the widest range of users and situations. [Read More]

The ELMER Experience: A Standard for Government Forms

There is a comprehensive set of principles and specifications for usability in internet forms called ELMER. [Read More]

A Mandate for Usability: A Mexican manifesto on usability and accessibility for government websites

Discussion of the signing of the “Manifesto on Usability and Accessibility for Mexican Government Websites” at the conclusion of the Usability and Accessibility for the Web International Seminar (UA Web 2007). [Read More]

In the Service of Citizens: Persuasion is Fine but Legislation is Quicker

Difficult-to-use tools create user mistrust, which prevent new technologies from succeeding financially. Needs, habits, and characteristics of users must be considered for a product to be successful. [Read More]