Msg#: 3840854 posted 3:56 am on Feb 3, 2009 (gmt 0)
Perhaps the most significant conclusion we can make from these survey results is that there is no typical screen reader user. As developers, we sometimes view screen reader accessibility as JAWS or Window Eyes or VoiceOver (or whatever) compatibility. This survey emphasizes that screen reader accessibility is about real people - and people that have diverse abilities and preferences. As developers, we must do our best to accommodate the needs of this diverse group.
Msg#: 3840854 posted 8:21 pm on Feb 21, 2009 (gmt 0)
As developers, we must do our best to accommodate the needs of this diverse group.
If the client is willing to pay for it. I am a big fan accessibility, and have worked hard to learn the endless choices and options. However, I have moved away from giving it away (unless my own project). If the client won't pay for the extra they don't get the extra.