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Question out of ignorance

From: Thomas, Cassandra <CThomas@gigaweb.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 15:16:12 -0400
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To: "W3c-Wai-Ig (E-mail)" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>

I work for a consulting group which offeres a web usability service. Part of
our service is of course we check to see if a web site is meeting W3C
standards and whether a text-to-speech reader can navigate the site (sadly
which i must say always seems to be no). I currently have the lab set-up
using IBM homepage reader for our text-to-speech test - we also use Bobby,
test i.e., netscape, opera,  use Lynx, etc. Is the IBM product the most
representative product for this type of test? Is there a product more people
use or one that would be a more universal test of what most
visually-impaired users rely on?

Cassandra Thomas
Research Associate
Giga Information Group
W.Phone 408-327-4337
Cell 408-505-3887
Voicemail 408-327-4357

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