Those clever folks at the Royal National Institute of Blind People have teamed up with the Web Accessibility Tools Consortium and The Paciello Group to produce a toolbar for Internet Explorer that exposes some of its usually buried accessibility options.
It’s not for developers so much as end-users; the RNIB say
The Surf Right Toolbar is really for anyone who wants to adjust the way they view content on the web to make it easier to read. This could include people with mild disabilities, the elderly, people with reading problems, cognitive problems, using dial-up, photosensitivity and so on.
- #1 On June 20th, 2008 8:14 pm Marc replied:
I’ve watched a video where I think the main singer from “Sting” has a blind daughter and is pushing people to create “blind friendly” websites.
Anything that helps those unfortunate enough to not experience the full web is a great addition in my eyes.
- #2 On June 27th, 2008 3:34 am Oric replied:
Since when blind people want cheap website ?
- #3 On June 27th, 2008 7:24 am dominic shiells replied:
smart idea from the RNIB
- #4 On July 3rd, 2008 4:41 am Florent V. replied:
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