Supporting Web Usability for Vision Impaired Users

Supporting Web Usability for Vision Impaired Users,10.1007/978-3-540-30111-0_20,Francesco Correani,Barbara Leporini,Fabio Paternò

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The aim of this work is to provide designers and developers of Web applications with support to obtain systems that are usable for vision-impaired users. To this end, we have defined a number of design criteria to improve Web site navigation through screen readers or other similar devices. A test of naviga- tion by blind and vision-impaired subjects showed that our criteria improved Web site usability both qualitatively and quantitatively. Subsequently, an in- spection-based tool was developed to ease application of such criteria. Its main features are presented along with a discussion of some of the first application results.
Conference: User Interfaces for All , pp. 242-253, 2004
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