The emergence of Web 2.0 technologies has created opportunities for the visualisation of much information on the web. For example, a dashboard showing the current state of a business can summarise a great deal of information on a single page and highlight areas of interest or concern. Unfortunately, the way this information is …
Hmm...what benefits are for those who is Deaf?
Hmm, what about the Deaf user(s)?
And the point of this article was?
Something considered on the opportunities for the cognitively disabled in the light of rich semantics of Web 2.0 might match with the title - but since 80% of developers can't be arsed adding alt tags, who are we kidding anyway.
Its far from the most interesting of stuff going on in accessibility in any case .... I suppose it would be too much to hope for some coverage of the horrors of WCAG2... or how WAI has gone to hell in a IBM handcart.
What a load of 'old hat'
These accessibility issues and solutions have been around for years .. what exactly was the point of this article??
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