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Albert Einstein, The World As I See It Producing high quality online content requires a wide variety expertise in several domains working together. During project planning, it is important to tap this expertise from the beginning of the process. It looks like we’ll need to assemble a team. The team should include representatives from each of the following groups: • Project Stakeholders • Content Creators • User Interface Designers • Visual Identity Designers • Software Developers There might be some overlap in responsibilities here (especially if you’re part of a small team), and it will be important for these members to be aware of which role’s perspective they are taking at a given time.

The conversation should take place during the design process particularly as many of the basic issues can be taken care of easily at that point. 43 M AKING A T EAM E FFOR T Jeremy: Are there any other thoughts of pieces of advice that you would like to share? Christy: It has been my experience that many of the design issues that one needs to address to ensure accessibility also make the technology more usable by the regular population. The facts is that all people have different levels of visual, perceptual, auditory, and navigational skills.

Don’t allow for it. • The format isn’t encumbered with extra layers of tagging (the world of nested div tags with classes in XHTML) • Revisions to styling have less widespread impact. When class=article-author becomes class=article-byline, changes only exist in the XHTML output filter and related stylesheets rather than in every existing article. Even if you use a DTD, there still needs to be a project standard for the output formats. While it can be advantageous to prevent exposure of these decisions to the content authors, they will still need to be understood among those who need to maintain the output filters.

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