Beijing website part two: Internationalisation (#080808)

All eyes are on the Beijing 2008 Olympics with the opening ceremony happening as we speak. For those of us not lucky enough to be there we have to rely on TV, radio and the web to find out the latest news, scores, timetables and updates.

The Beijing 2008 website is going to arguably be the worlds most popular website in the coming weeks but just but how accessible is it for people with disabilities as well as people from different cultural and linguistic  backgrounds?

Published today Beijing 2008 Part Two: internationalisation looks at how “friendly” the site is for international visitors and published last year Beijing 2008 Part One: accessibility gives a top level overview of how well the site renders for people with disabilities.

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