>It seems to me that Bandwidth is one of the key problems, but perhaps
>there are others as well? Does anyone know of a resource that has
>pointers to "good practice" in web page design for the developing
I suggest that you take a look at Jakob Nielsen's AlertBox series for some
of the best rules, ideas and critiques of web design:
>I tried to search for this directly, but while there is lots of
>information on web-design for the deaf, blind, etc., there is none for
>the "bandwidth-disabled", if I may coin a phrase.
I would argue that some of the best "bangs for bucks" websites developed
out there are those that have shown particular sensitivity to persons with
Suggest you also contact David Banes <[log in to unmask]> for the
ultimate test of your web site - "Bobby" - it's quite amazing what we can
learn from trying to make websites *visible* to blind persons!