- Watchfire Corporation.
[Online]. Available: http://bobby.watchfire.com/bobby/html/en/index.jsp [2002,
November 4]. bare minimum check.
Technologies (http://www.ssbtechnologies.com/index.php) InSight performs
automated diagnostics. InFocus retrofits websites for compliance
Software and Equipment
Reader (http://www-3.ibm.com/able/hpr.html) works with Netscape Navigator
to make it accessible.
(http://www.nettamer.net/tamer.html) shareware. DOS program
- Internet Explorer
has internal support for adaptive technology
(http://www.alva-bv.nl/alvacorp/alva_corp_home.html) Screen Readers, magnification,
Braille access software and equipment. Mac and Windows. outSPOKEN, inLARGE
Scientific (http://www.freedomsci.com/) Screen Readers, Magnification,
Braille access software and equipment. Windows. JAWS, MAGic, ConnectOutloud
(http://www.telesensory.com/) hardware based magnification
Corp. (http://www.hooleon.com/) Braille keyboards
(http://www.humanware.com/) variety of tools including a Windows CE system.
Accessibility Center (http://www-3.ibm.com/able/index.html)
Micro Inc (http://www.gwmicro.com/) Window-Eyes. a screen reader
Computers Inc (http://www.synthavoice.com/) for Windows.
(http://www.webable.com/) Offers variety of services, including a book on
web use by persons with disability and links specifically for designers.
Networks (http://www.myinbox.net/) System for managing email by voice
Naturally Speaking (http://www.dragonsys.com/) voice commands
Display your willingness
to work with the statement by including a statement such as this:
If you have a disability
that prevents or hinders typical access of Internet material, please let me
know and I'll work with you to make the material accessible. I personally try
to code for accessibility but may link to websites which do not.
Or by asking on a first
If you are willing to
do so, please mention any special needs you have as a learner (e.g., visual
difficulty, learning disability).
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