Re: Examples of inaccessible and accessible web sites?

MJ Williams <matthewjwilliams101@...>

hello Russell,
You could start by demonstrating how fiendishly confusing the main Youtube interface is. It is true that we have the accessible youtube page ( at )
but the latter doesn't seem to be fully functional all the time. for example, sometimes the search results display, no matter how many times you refresh and redraw the thing.
Apologies if this isn't exactly what you're looking for, it nevertheless should be a good example of how not to design a website for optimum screen reader access.

At 04:34 30/01/2014, you wrote:
Hi all,

I’ll be co-presenting next week to a class of students regarding accessibility of websites and writing for the web.

I’d like to demo some really accessible websites, and some really inaccessible websites. Can anyone suggest some accessible sites, and some inaccessible sites with any or all of the following issues…
Unlabelled forms
Unlabelled images
Multiple unlabelled buttons
Pages with links with labels like “”click here”
Pages with Captchas
Pages with very poor visual contrast
Websites that only work in one browser

Thanks for any and all suggestions.

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