The three main barriers to an accessible site according to a visually impaired software expert
23rd Feb 2007
Ray Campbell, formerly an employee of global telecommunications group Lucent Technologies, cited graphics which lack descriptive text tags, necessary plug-in downloads and visual registration tests as the major stumbling blocks.
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