General Election 2010: Party Campaign Websites Analysis (Part 3: Accessibility)

This is the third and final part of the UK 2010 General Election Campaign Websites Analysis for the three major parties. This post looks at the accessibility considerations of the three homepages:

General Election 2010: Party Campaign Websites Analysis (Part 2: Manifesto Pages)

This is the second of an impartial three part analysis of the campaign websites for the UK General Election 2010. The party sites looked at will be Labour, Liberal Democrats and Conservatives. See Part 1 for full introduction. In this analysis, we’ll look at how the manifesto pages are presented. Comparing and contrasting each of the websites, we’ll identify strengths and weaknesses in design and usability.

General Election 2010: Party Campaign Websites Analysis (Part 1)

This is the first of an impartial three part analysis of the campaign websites for the UK General Election 2010. The party sites looked at will be Labour, Liberal Democrats and Conservatives. This first analysis looks at general impressions of the party campaign homepage, the type of content available and key layouts. The second analysis will focus on usability more closely, in particular the manifesto page.