Design for All in the context of information and communications technology is the conscious and systematic effort to proactively apply principles, methods and tools to promote universal design in computer-related technologies, including Internet-based technologies, thus avoiding the need for a posteriori adaptations, or specialised design (Stephanidis et al., 2001).

Access for all (Zugang für alle)

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Since 2004, the Equalization of Persons with Disabilities Act has been in force, which calls, inter alia, that the Internet offers of the Swiss community are barrier-free accessible for people with disabilities. As in the years 2004 and 2007, the "Access for all" Foundation is launching the Swiss Accessibility Study. It is examined whether and how accessibility has improved for people with disabilities and where there is still need to catch up.

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BT Including You

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If you're one of the millions of people in the UK living with an impairment, this site is for you. We've brought together a wealth of information and advice on how you can use the phone, internet and TV to carry on doing everything that's important to you – whether it's staying in touch with friends and family, keeping on top of your bills or watching the latest blockbusters.

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Education on Design for All in Road, Channel and Port Engineering Curriculum

After publishing the “White Book of Design for All in Universities” in 2006, as a result of the cooperation between the Coordinadora del Diseño para Todas las Personas en España, the Instituto de Mayores y Servicios Sociales (IMSERSO), the Fundación ONCE para la Cooperación e Inclusión Social de Personas con Discapacidad and different bodies at Spanish universities, and in accordance with the very positive acceptance of both the concept of Design for All and the various contributions made throughout the first project, the

Education on Design for All in Information Systems and Telecommunications Curriculum

After publishing the “White Book of Design for All in Universities” in 2006, as a result of the cooperation between the Coordinadora del Diseño para Todas las Personas en España, the Instituto de Mayores y Servicios Sociales (IMSERSO), the Fundación ONCE para la Cooperación e Inclusión Social de Personas con Discapacidad and different bodies at Spanish universities, and in accordance with the very positive acceptance of both the concept of Design for All and the various contributions made throughout the first project, the

Education on Design for All in Design Curriculum

After publishing the “White Book of Design for All in Universities” in 2006, as a result of the cooperation between the Coordinadora del Diseño para Todas las Personas en España, the Instituto de Mayores y Servicios Sociales (IMSERSO), the Fundación ONCE para la Cooperación e Inclusión Social de Personas con Discapacidad and different bodies at Spanish universities, and in accordance with the very positive acceptance of both the concept of Design for All and the various contributions made throughout the first project, the

Education on Design for All in Architecture Curriculum

After publishing the “White Book of Design for All in Universities” in 2006, as a result of the cooperation between the Coordinadora del Diseño para Todas las Personas en España, the Instituto de Mayores y Servicios Sociales (IMSERSO), the Fundación ONCE para la Cooperación e Inclusión Social de Personas con Discapacidad and different bodies at Spanish universities, and in accordance with the very positive acceptance of both the concept of Design for All and the various contributions made throughout the first project, the

Education on Design for All in Industrial Engineering Curriculum

After publishing the “White Book of Design for All in Universities” in 2006, as a result of the cooperation between the Coordinadora del Diseño para Todas las Personas en España, the Instituto de Mayores y Servicios Sociales (IMSERSO), the Fundación ONCE para la Cooperación e Inclusión Social de Personas con Discapacidad and different bodies at Spanish universities, and in accordance with the very positive acceptance of both the concept of Design for All and the various contributions made throughout the first project, the