Software Products Accessibility Evaluation Metrics
In this article I will present the interface facilities, their quantification and the measure factors required for a software product to be classified as accessible and easy to use by persons with disabilities. The metrics proposed will take into consideration the accessibility necessities for persons with seeing, hearing and movement disabilities who cannot use software products without these facilities. They will also consider the persons without disabilities, whose work becomes easier by using these facilities.
Volume (Year): XII (2008)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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