Screen-reader usability at a standards-compliant E-commerce site
18th Jul 2005
a hot topic for myself as I venture into my first proper e-commerce site as we speak: a ccessibility and e-commerce are not an easy pairing.
What was particularly interesting about Joe Clark's findings was the time it took a user with a disability to carry out the set tasks... phew! I've got my work cut out...
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