Google Tests Accessible Search Page
Google is testing a version of its popular search engine that would allow those with vision problems to more easily use the site. Called Accessible Search, the page is different from normal Google Web search in that it also evaluates site usability in ranking results.
Complex site designs can make web surfing very difficult for those with disabilities. For example, individuals that use devices to convert text to speech may find it hard to find what they're looking for, says Google Research Scientist T.V. Raman. BetaNews | Google Tests Accessible Search Page
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