Daniel Eastwell


I aim to make my web sites as accessible as possible. Done correctly accessibility should be invisible to all users.

This is for several reasons, not least to allow accessibility for disabled users, but to ensure a meaningful experience in many situations.

Access in Less Than Perfect Situations

You can’t assume every user has a high resolution screen and a broadband connection. There’s a chance that users might be receiving content:

I achieve this using a separation of the content on the page and the styling, writing content first.

I also use semantic markup - this means, for example, that headings are labelled as such in the code. All pages are written to W3C standards.

Accessibilty Services