[DWJ] What We've been doing instead of talking
kait.bessing at comhem.se
Sun Aug 24 07:50:18 EDT 2008
Well, sometimes it works out, and sometimes it doesn't (navigating on
websites I mean). It has to do with a lot of things. Background, font size,
pop-ups and flashes all contribute to the overall impression.
I prefer a background of pale yellow, with bold black lettering on, and
preferably an Arial font.
White letters on a black background almost never works for me. Or grey on
black, or other combinations with a bad colour contrast.
Also, a site that is very cluttered up with texts and pictures is very
confusing to me, and I can't find my way around. Mostly it leaves me with a
head-ache and strained eyes.
So usually, I just avoid clicking on links that people send - unless they
tell me that it is an accessible website.
But thanks for the kind thought, all the same! I do appreciate that.
ps. A point of curiosity: Do you pronounce your name Collin or Cole-in? I
always though Collin was the only correct pronunciation, but lately I've
learned that Cole-in is just as correct.
Colin Fine wrote:
> Kait Bessing wrote:
>> Oh, please don't just reply with a link! I'm visually disabled, and
>> find it very difficult sometimes to navigate the Web.
> Thank you. That's a valuable lesson. I thought I was being especially
> helpful, pointing you at the Swedish Wikipedia rather than the English
> one, but it didn't occur to me that you might not be able to use it
> Dwj mailing list
> Dwj at suberic.net
More information about the Dwj