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Bill, Very inspiring! Also saw your post for your wedding picture. Very cool!


Great topic for discussion, Bill. As someone slowly losing vision, and transitioning gradually from screen magnification over to screen reader, it's been interesting to note the ways I need to shift my thinking with regards to layout and design of online content. When considering how a page layout looks visually, and compare that to how it might be constructed to give a logical sequence and element order audibly. What I realize is that logical reading order and layout not only produces a better experience for a screen reader user, but for everyone else, as well. It just needs to be thought of early enough in the design process to make it "not painful", having to go back and redesign the layout later, after-the-fact! Great post!
Erich Manser

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