Tools and Techniques that People With Disabilities Use to Interact With the Web (W3C)

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Vincenzo Rubano
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In this informative tutorial from the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) you can find a list of tools, techniques, strategies, custom settings and whatnot that people with disabilities may use while browsing the Inter.Net. These include web browser settings, text-to-speech, voice recognition, and many more.

While all described tools and techniques are illustrated with the specific goal of explaining how people with disabilities use the Web, they are valid when using mobile or desktop operating systems as well.

Important: note that the document does not contain a complete list of ways in which people interact with Web content. However, it provides some valuable examples to get you started. 😉

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