Screen reader plus keyboard helps blind, low-vision users browse modern webpages


Photo: Visually impaired man is using a braille line to navigate on a website; Copyright: Michel Arriens |

"We're not trying to replace the screen reader, we're trying to work in conjunction with it", said co-author Rushil Khurana. SPRITEs is one of a suite of tools that Jennifer Mankoff's group is developing to help visually impaired users navigate items on a two-dimensional screen.