The paper presents a method of selecting site adaptation criteria for people with disabilities. It allows you to identify the most important criteria, and thereby minimize the cost of development of the site under condition of creation maximum adapted Web project for people with disabilities, taking into account the limited resources of the developer. The initial list of criteria was made authors of the article, based on an analysis of the relevant specialized literature and regulatory documents. Accounting aggregated and ranked list of recommendations will allow developers and site owners to focus on the implementation of the most important requirements for the creation of a site with the highest level of availability. This method makes it possible to cut off irrelevant criteria and to save resources for the development of the site.
visually impaired persons with disabilities, access to information levels selection criteria Web page, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, UI, UX