Lessons Learned From Internationalizing a Web Site Accessibility Evaluator

@inproceedings{Rejmer2001LessonsLF,
  title={Lessons Learned From Internationalizing a Web Site Accessibility Evaluator},
  author={Piotr Rejmer and Michael Cooper and Jean Vanderdonckt},
  year={2001}
}
Bobby is a software product that automatically evaluates the accessibility of a Web site according to the guidelines promoted by the W3C. The internationalization of this software poses a series of challenges to support international web sites to evaluate, to incorporate international design and evaluation guidelines, and to produce evaluation reports that can be read by an international reader. This paper reports on lessons learned with this internationalization process. 

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