Introduction Of the five senses, the one individuals use most when browsing the world wide web (www) is sight. The www is a highly visual medium with text, graphics, animations, colors, an occasional video clip and various combinations of these elements. There are also some aural cues - audio to go along with video clips and animations, and assorted beeps, honks, bells and other noises that may warn of an incorrect entry. In addition, there
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s/he would hear is, "blue sphere, blue sphere, blue sphere," which made an informed selection impossible. After removing the image tags the menus work fine again with a screen reader.
Summary In summary, it is important that the web pages we design be accessible to everyone. Information architects and other designers of web pages should incorporate the simple design adaptations covered in this essay to ensure that people with blindness can "see" their pages.