Haiku for Global Accessibility

Since some of you have begun tweeting about Universal Design features on Emory’s campus, I thought you might find this amusing: Dey Alexander, a designer from Australia, wrote some tips for building accessible web pages in the form of haiku. (Read more representative examples of Japanese and English haiku.)

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