Engineering Software for Accessibility
by Microsoft Corporation
Publisher: Microsoft Press 2009
Number of pages: 98
Discover how to create accessible Web sites and software by planning for accessibility from the beginning of the development cycle - with design guidelines straight from Microsoft. This guide walks you through the process of reviewing the specification to create an accessible tree and identify keyboard navigation requirements.
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