Modelling web navigation with the user in mind

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In this research we introduce the ABBA framework for the generation of advanced screen readers. Current solutions do not enable blind users to participate in the Web in a satisfactory way because they are not time-efficient, cumbersome to use, and do not provide enough overview and orientation within a document. Also, they hide away important layout information from the user. Our approach overcomes these limitations by unifying different semantic views of a document into one multi-axial model and making them accessible to the user in an intuitive interface. The benefit to the user is a higher level of control in different navigation scenarios. © 2010 ACM.

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Fayzrakhmanov, R., Göbel, M., Holzinger, W., Krüpl, B., Mager, A., & Baumgartner, R. (2010). Modelling web navigation with the user in mind. In W4A 2010 - International Cross Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility Raleigh 2010.

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