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Accessibility in the News: January 2005

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

January is the month of looking ahead. On the horizon, Opera are looking to release their first talking browser, ear marked to be the most accessible browser out there. Competition in the audio browser market is very welcome indeed, and that competition can start to make inroads to the inexcusably high prices of de facto standards screen readers.

SiteMorse have embarrased themselves publicly by railing at the DRC for their lack of interest in automated testing of accessibility. The DRC are quite right that user testing is far more important. Nomensa's study into Local Government accessibility looks a far better, and more practical report anyways.


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