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Over at Juicy Studio, Gez Lemon is developing a chart that shows the capabilities of various assistive devices commonly used by others to access web content. Included in this list of devices are JAWS for Windows, WindowEyes, IBM Home Page Reader, pwWebSpeak, and EmacSpeak(linux based).

Gez announced the launch via his website and also on the WebAIM discussion list, a thread worth reading. Gez is interested in feedback.

Quite a nice project in the works.

The Juicy Studio website also offers a tutorials section(wide ranging topics) and runs a forum — topical areas covered are Standards Compliance, Accessibility, Web Development, Programming and much more.

The Juicy Studio site validates and follows the guidelines of XHTML 1.1, CSS, WAI WCAG 1.0 AAA compliance, and Bobby. RSS feeds and WML options for the website are available.

“When you’re on the move, visit the Juicy Studio WAP site(WML) to keep up with the latest tutorials, and search the Glossary of Terms database.” Gez Lemon, Juicy Studio.

Nice work and website, Gez.

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