Hi Soni, I can certainly take a look at your Web application. Although the usability Lab does do some accessibility assessment, they are not in a position to recommend alternatives and other fixes. You may also wish to use the Web Accessibility Self-Assessment Tool I created. The tool will ask you a series of 29 questions, providing a means of indicating progress in compliance and areas for notes. You will find the tool in the right column of the following page. http://accessibility.umn.edu/assessment-tool.html I have always disagreed with the W3C/WAI regarding their statement that there should only be a single level 1 heading on a page. My opinion is that level 1 headings are used to indicate the main topic/function on a page. If this is taken one step further, a page generally has two main content areas, the main content and navigation. By placing level 1 headings at the beginning of the navigation and the body content, I can easily move from one to the other. This is consistent on the accessibility.umn.edu site, with the first level 1 heading enclosing the "What's Inside" image at the top of the left-nav bar. Thank you for your efforts with regard to accessibility. Please let me know how and when I can be of assistance. Thanks. Philip M Kragnes, M.S. Computer Accommodations Program University of Minnesota McNamara Alumni Center 200 Oak Street SE, Suite 180 Minneapolis, MN 55455-2002 P: 612-626-0365 F: 612-626-9654 E: [log in to unmask] http://cap.umn.edu http://accessibility.umn.edu ----- Original Message ----- From: Sonja Froyen To: [log in to unmask] Sent: Wednesday, March 02, 2011 1:08 PM Subject: Re: [WEBSTANDARDS] WebAIM kscreem reader user survey #3 results Thank you for this. Two h1 headings... that's very interesting. BTW, I am developing a web application for use in my department. I've incorporated what I know about accessibility. If I want it really scrutinized for accessibility, can I ask you to review it? Or do I work with the Usability Lab? --soni Sonja Froyen Information Technology Specialist Global Programs and Strategy Alliance University of Minnesota - Twin Cities 612-626-5337 On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Philip M Kragnes <[log in to unmask]> wrote: These results offer some interesting implications for Web developers. http://webaim.org/projects/screenreadersurvey3/ Philip M Kragnes, M.S. Computer Accommodations Program University of Minnesota McNamara Alumni Center 200 Oak Street SE, Suite 180 Minneapolis, MN 55455-2002 P: 612-626-0365 F: 612-626-9654 E: [log in to unmask] http://cap.umn.edu http://accessibility.umn.edu -- Sonja Froyen Information Technology Specialist Global Programs and Strategy Alliance University of Minnesota - Twin Cities 612-626-5337 The Office of International Programs is now the Global Programs and Strategy Alliance.