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Accessible Print Materials

This printable PDF document provides formatting guidelines to accomodate every audience.

Massachusetts Department of Public Health Office on Health and Disability

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Posted by: diha2000 on Thu Oct 13, 2011 at 6:52 a.m.

A great resource and very well designed. Provides good explanations of making print materials more accessible. The only thing I would improve is within the manual, make the actual tips (with the numbered region) text font larger/different or somehow distinguish it more from the other part of the text.

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Posted by: neverma6 on Thu Nov 07, 2013 at 3:53 p.m.

Great information and design, but it would be even better with an interactive table of contents/menu that would allow users to select the section they want to read specifically, without having to scroll through the whole thing.

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New information and communications technologies can improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, but only if such technologies are designed from the beginning so that everyone can use them. Given the explosive growth in the use of the World Wide Web for publishing, electronic commerce, lifelong learning and the delivery of government services, it is vital that the Web be accessible to everyone.

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