A website built to meet W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
In the UK, accessibility has long been built into law, and public institutions such as civil service, colleges/universities, local government et al are audited. Many businesses can ignore their legal requirements in such matters, but Oaklands College could not.
It took a lot of research into (a) legal requirements and (b) W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines before work could commence. I even installed a copy of the text-only web browser Lynx to simulate the experience of using a screen reader for the partially / fully blind.
The result was a large, plain, stripped-down, high contrast site with large type and all images replaced with greyscale versions. While it wasn't &pretty', it did meet all the usability and accessibility requirements, and was good experience that went on to become very useful once CSS layouts became mainstream three or so years later.
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