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The secret benefit of accessibility part 1: Increased usability

, 11 May 2005
As soon as new site visitors arrive at your website the first thing they need to know, before anything else, is what you do. This oh-so-overlooked yet such basic of information can be communicated to your site visitors in a number of different ways.
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Trenton Moss
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Trenton Moss is crazy about usability and accessibility - so crazy that he founded Webcredible, an industry leading user experience consultancy, to help make the Internet a better place for everyone. He's very good at information architecture and interaction design.

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