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ASSETS
2008
ACM
8 years 11 months ago
Hunting for headings: sighted labeling vs. automatic classification of headings
Proper use of headings in web pages can make navigation more efficient for blind web users by indicating semantic di visions in the page. Unfortunately, many web pages do not use ...
Jeremy T. Brudvik, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Anna Cavende...
ASSETS
2008
ACM
8 years 11 months ago
What's new?: making web page updates accessible
Web applications facilitated by technologies such as JavaScript, DHTML, AJAX, and Flash use a considerable amount of dynamic web content that is either inaccessible or unusable by...
Yevgen Borodin, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Rohit Raman, I....
ASSETS
2007
ACM
9 years 1 months ago
WebAnywhere: a screen reader on-the-go
People often use computers other than their own to browse the web, but blind web users are limited in where they access the web because they require specialized, expensive program...
Jeffrey P. Bigham, Craig Prince
ASSETS
2007
ACM
9 years 1 months ago
WebinSitu: a comparative analysis of blind and sighted browsing behavior
Web browsing is inefficient for blind web users because of persistent accessibility problems, but the extent of these problems and their practical effects from the perspective of ...
Jeffrey P. Bigham, Anna Cavender, Jeremy T. Brudvi...
IUI
2009
ACM
9 years 6 months ago
Trailblazer: enabling blind users to blaze trails through the web
For blind web users, completing tasks on the web can be frustrating. Each step can require a time-consuming linear search of the current web page to find the needed interactive e...
Jeffrey P. Bigham, Tessa A. Lau, Jeffrey Nichols
WWW
2008
ACM
9 years 10 months ago
Webanywhere: enabling a screen reading interface for the web on any computer
People often use computers other than their own to access web content, but blind users are restricted to using computers equipped with expensive, special-purpose screen reading pr...
Jeffrey P. Bigham, Craig Prince, Richard E. Ladner
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