Engineering Software for Accessibility

In an effort to enable software developers to create accessible Windows applications, and to share the process with the community. Jason Grieves and Masahiko Kaneko, captured this engineering process in a new book, Engineering Software for Accessibility. The book addresses three basic questions: How do you plan for accessibility? How do you design your software for accessibility? How can […]

In an effort to enable software developers to create accessible Windows applications, and to share the process with the community. Jason Grieves and Masahiko Kaneko, captured this engineering process in a new book, Engineering Software for Accessibility. The book addresses three basic questions: How do you plan for accessibility? How do you design your software for accessibility? How can you implement and test to your software to confirm it meets the accessible design? Interesting software developers and anyone with an interest in accessible software can download a free DOC version of the eBook, or order a paper copy from Amazon.