W3C argues with DRC Web Accessibility Findings (27 Apr 2004)
The W3C response goes on to say that the user-testing methodology employed in this study revealed similar usability problems for disabled and non-disabled users alike, over and above the accessibility problems which created specific barriers for people with disabilities. 'Given the extremely small number of Web sites conforming to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines in this study, however, it is hard to draw clear conclusions on the relationship between accessibility and usability measures.'
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