Usability of E-Government Web-Sites for People with Disabilitie

  title={Usability of E-Government Web-Sites for People with Disabilitie},
  author={Chaomeng James Huang},
While the proportion of people with disabilities in society has been rapidly increasing due to the demographic trends long documented by many researchers, governmental leaders have paid little attention to their needs when planning and implementing Web projects. If this ignorance continues, people with disabilities will be even more disadvantaged since acquiring knowledge is now much easier for those without disabilities. This study is intended to provide an in-depth evaluation of the Web sites… CONTINUE READING
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