I will confine myself to the findings in relation to the comments regarding JAWS for Windows, since that is the product I work with and use. I will not, for a moment, even think about commenting upon the performance of other screen-readers because I know little about them, certainly not enough to write about them with any degree of authority.
Facebook s new blind-friendly feature puts a small dent in a big problem.
By Casey Williams
From the Huffington Post→
For the blind, navigating the digital world can be as tricky as moving through the physical one.
Some companies have tried to make their sites easier for the world s 39 million blind people to use. Facebook, for instance, just introduced a new image-recognition feature that lets blind users see photos on the site.
But blind advocates say fixes like Facebook s don’t solve the biggest obstacles blind people face online. Continue reading