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Accessibility Guidelines Implementation Project

Table of Contents:

  1. About the AGI Project
  2. About Accessibility Month
  3. Project Elements and Files
  4. Project Status
  5. Who Participated
  6. Mailing Lists
  7. Useful Accessibility Links

About AGI

The Accessibility Guidelines Implementation (AGI) project is designed as a way of "beta testing", in actual use on the "front lines" of web design, the WAI page author recommendations from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Any member of the HTML Writers Guild is welcome to participate in the AGI project, by signing up via email to agi-contact@hwg.org and stating a desire to implement the page author guidelines on a new or existing web site. Participants in the project will need to take notes on the process and provide feedback on the WAI guidelines.

Web sites that take place in the AGI project will be linked to from the HWG's web site, as examples of effective web design that account for accessibility concerns.

Participants will work on using the guidelines on their websites, complete surveys about the WAI guidelines, create an accessibility plan, and provide useful feedback for the AGI project's report to the W3C's WAI committees.

How to Participate

Participation in the AGI project is currently closed, although interested parties are still welcome to follow along on the web or the lists, use our accessibility resources, or look over the project files.

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