Accessibility

handlers/usecases/navigation/navdraft1a


Draft 1a: Navigability Use Cases (Pete Brunet, author)

  Note: Navigability will, perhaps, need to address multiple levels of navigability

handlers/usecases/magnification


Magnification Use Cases



Draft 1: Magnification Use Cases (Neil Soiffer, author)

handlers/draftpages/missionstatement3


Expert Handlers SIG Mission Statement Draft 3

The world of generalized content markup (such as HTML) is complimented by
markup specifications that facilitate more semantically precise content markup
in particular knowledge domains (such as MathML in the domain of mathematics).
Similarly, users who rely on assistive technologies (AT) require content
access that properly exposes the more complex structures delineated by
knowledge domain markup in order to use this content effectively.

handlers/usecases/unified/draft2.03b


Unified Use Cases for Expert Handlers (Draft 2.03b)

document status: internal draft -- this is a work-in-progress
revision date: 2008-01-27

handlers/usecases/unified/uuc1


Unified Use Cases for Expert Handlers (UUC 1.0)

document status: public working draft (approved by the working group 2008-02-05)
revision date: 2008-02-04

handlers/usecases/unified/draft2.04a


Unified Use Cases for Expert Handlers (Draft 2.04)

document status: internal SIG draft
revision date: 2008-02-04

handlers/usecases/unified/draft2.04


Unified Use Cases for Expert Handlers (Draft 2.04)

document status: internal SIG draft
revision date: 2008-02-04

handlers/usecases/navigation


Navigability Use Cases Drafts Index

  Note: Navigability will need to address multiple levels of navigability

handlers/usecases/braille


Braille Use Cases for Expert Handlers



Draft 1: Structure to Braille Conversion (Vladimir Bulatov, author)

handlers/usecases/speech


Speech Use Cases for Expert Handlers



Draft 1: Speech Use Cases for Expert Handlers (Janina Sajka, author)

Computer users who are blind or severely visually impaired often use assistive technology (AT) built around synthetic text to speech (TTS). These AT applications are commonly called "screen readers." Screen

handlers/usecases/unified/draft2.03


Unified Use Cases for Expert Handlers (Draft 2.03)

document status: internal draft -- this is a work-in-progress
revision date: 2008-01-26

atk/at-spi


ATK/AT-SPI Special Interest Group

Toolkits provide a logical representation of the content of an application. Assistive technologies, such as screen readers or magnifiers, can use this logical representation to enable individuals with disabilities to browse and interact with applications.

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