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We are currently pursuing the following four projects:

  • Accessmonkey - a scripting framework designed to enable anyone to improve the accessibility of the web without relying on the support of web developers.
  • WebAnywhere - a web-based screen reader to provide blind web users equal access to the web from any computer without requiring the installation of special, expensive software.
  • WebinSitu - informative user studies in situ conducted with blind web users to gain insights into the accessibility problems they face.
  • WebEval - a succinct test of web page accessibility based on whether images have alternative text.

This work is supported by National Science Foundation Grant (IIS-0415273)
Comments to Jeffrey P. Bigham