Direct Access vs. Access via Special User Agent
"Direct access means content is intrinsically accessible, so all users, including users with disabilities, can benefit from the accessibility features provided." ... "Access via special user agents, by contrast, involves features that are not seen or used by most users, but can be exploited by assistive technologies."
Cognitive and Learning Disability Matrix (for WCAG 2.0) - Joe Clark: Media access
"This table lists cognitive and learning disabilities and suggests the success criteria from WCAG 2 that improve the accessibility of content for users with each disability. In many cases, the success criterion does not assist the user directly, but enables assistive technology that can assist the user."
Dynamically Generated Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) for Barrier-Free Web-Applications
"The use of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) provides new possibilities as well as new challenges for the accessibility of Web sites. Consequently, this paper introduces a solution to make all graphics accessible to each user-group, and visualizes them in the resultant prototype Access2Graphics."
How to Add Voice Interactivity to Your Site - Opera Developer Community
"This tutorial aims to help you add voice interactivity to your site, with minimal code changes and maximal browser compatibility."
Cognitive Web Accessibility: Assistive Technology 2006
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