You can find lists of resources on the World Wide Web. Here are some good places to start:
- Designing More Usable Web Sites
Resources include links to web design tools, government publications, accessibility, guidelines, and discussion forums.
- Accessible Web Design
Resources include links to web design tools, checklists, and articles on usability and design.
- Getting Started with Web Accessibility
Resources include links to mainstream developers' accessibility information, accessibility organizations, and legal, policy, and government sites.
- Guidelines and resources supported by the World Wide Web Consortium and the Web Accessibility Initiative.
- Section 508
U.S. government standards and resources on accessible information technology, including websites.