Social Inclusion for the Web
We no longer think it is acceptable to discriminate against people on grounds of gender or race and, as a community, we expect provision to be made for
people with disabilities in public transport and building design. However, when it comes to making sure web content is accessible to all users of the web,
including people with disabilities, some designers, developers and clients just ‘don’t get it’, to borrow a phrase popular with the geekerati.
We like to rejoice in the notion that all ‘men are created equal with inalienable rights’, or ‘from each according to their ability, to each according to
their needs’, to take a more Marxist approach, however this hasn’t always been the case.