On 9/20/07, Marco Tibaldeschi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Here in Italy we have the Stanca's law since 2004 that forces public
> administration to have accessible websites.
> Even if this law is not too much followed in Italy, we at DBN Communication
> specialized in making accessible websites conforming to that law.
So how do you go about doing this? Are all practitioners are experts
in accessibility? Does it permeate your process? Do you have an
oversight group? Do they check compliance at the end before launch?
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Received on Thu Sep 20 16:49:33 2007