Modules

Welcome Students

The Websites for All: The inclusive web project is a series of modules designed to introduce new web content developers to the concepts of usability and accessibility. Throughout these modules you will be introduced to Silvertone Hills, a Hamilton, Ontario based indie rock group, and their website. We would like to thank Silvertone Hills for allowing this project to create example websites:

  • V.1 Site – aligns with Module 1: Introduction to Web Accessibility and has barriers to access
  • V.2 Site – aligns with Module 2: Vision and Hearing and addresses barriers discussed in the module
  • V.3 Site – coming soon, will align with Module 3: Physical Mobility & Dexterity
  • V.4 Site – coming soon, will align with Module 4: Processing

The modules need to be completed in order. Start with Introduction to Web Accessibility.

Free
Silvertone Hills band

Introduction to Web Accessibility

This module introduces you to the band Silvertone Hills. Here you’ll get the chance to review their current website. Along with other visitors, you’ll get to give them feedback on the website.

Begin the Introduction to Web Accessibility Module

Free
Man wearing black corded headphones while watching his phone

Vision and Hearing

This module introduces how people hear and see information on a website. Here you'll find out what our visitor's feedback was and how we can address their concerns with respect to their vision and hearing.

Begin the Vision and Hearing Module

Coming Soon
A man holding his cell phone sitting at a laptop computer

Physical Mobility & Dexterity

This module introduces how people interact with a site. Here you’ll find out how the visitor’s felt about physically using the site. We’ll address their physical mobility and dexterity concerns.

Begin Physical Mobility & Dexterity

Coming Soon
Man sitting with his laptop and phone at a coffee shop

Processing

This module introduces how people understand information on a website. Here you’ll find out what our visitor’s feedback was and how we can address their cognitive or processing concerns.

Begin Processing