HELP:Listen to a website. Discovering new design solutions for Web accessibility. Paolo Paolini, Nicoletta Di Blas, Politecnico di Milano (Italy) Marco Speroni Università della Svizzera Italiana (Switzerland). The WEB is essentially VISUAL. Large amount of information in one page
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Discovering new design solutions for Web accessibility
Paolo Paolini, Nicoletta Di Blas,
Politecnico di Milano (Italy)
Università della Svizzera Italiana (Switzerland)
“Priority 1: provide a text equivalent for every non-text element”
Human-computer interaction interpreted as a dialogue
A joint initiative of the Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and the University of Lugano (Switzerland)
I am interested
I can tell you about
his life, his prints, his…
Tell me about the prints
ORAL COMMUNICATION IS DIFFERENT FROM VISUAL SUPPORTED COMMUNICATION
For the exhibition of Munch’s prints in Berlin (Staatliche Museen) in Spring 2003
Within the HELP project partially funded by the European Commission
Optimised for visually impaired users
The page schema (regularly repeated in the whole site)
“The first impression of the site is very positive. The pages are clearly structured. All the links have detailed titles which allow an informativeandniceinternetsession.”
“With JAWS I needed about 1,5 minutes to get a general overview for all further action. This seems to me an acceptable time.”
Would you like to know more?
Would you like to help us in our research?