Contextualised Travel Support for the Visually Impaired Web Users Continuation Report

@inproceedings{Stevens2002ContextualisedTS,
  title={Contextualised Travel Support for the Visually Impaired Web Users Continuation Report},
  author={Robert R. Stevens and Carole Anne Goble and Steve Pettifer and Supervisee Yeliz Yesilada},
  year={2002}
}
Visually impaired people have difficulties accessing the Web, either because of the inappropriately designed web pages or the insufficiency of the currently available technological advances. The main focus of the currently available technology is on providing sensory translation rather than supporting mobility. As a consequence of limited mobility support, visually impaired people are less able to browse and travel on the Web. Furthermore, Hypertext design and usability traditionally… CONTINUE READING