Roger Hudson, Russ Weakley, and Peter Firminger have written a very useful article,
Developing sites for users with Cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties.
- Working with Content
- Hiding and showing content
- CSS to aid clickability and readability
- User control of content and presentation
- Further reading
- Make sure information is well organised.
- Keep content short and simple.
- Use meaningful headings and subheadings.
There’s plenty more information and useful techniques in the original article; be sure to visit it. [Via Juicy Studio.]