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Personalisation - your thoughts please

From: Simon White <simon.white@jkd.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 13:05:08 +0100
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Dear All,
What do people think about an idea of a website offering the ability to personalise the site dependent upon a person's disability. This would be an option rather than a rule and could enable a blind person to have content delivered to them that is displayed to suit their requirements (be that for their disability or the assistive technology they use). If pesonalisation was not required then content would be delivered as if it were an accessible Web page.

I hope that no one is offended by the proposition I have made, this is not my intention.

I would be very interested in people's thoughts and criticisms of this approach. I would also be pleased if people could justify the reasoning behind their comments.

Thanks in advance.


Simon White
Accessibility Consultant
James Kelsey Design (JKD)
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