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Working With Images

  • Craig Grannell
  • Victor Sumner
  • Dionysios Synodinos

Abstract

Although text makes up the bulk of the Web’s content, it’s inevitable that you’ll end up working with images at some point—that is, unless you favor terribly basic websites akin to those last seen in 1995. Images are rife online, comprising the bulk of interfaces, the navigation of millions of sites, and a considerable amount of actual content, too. As the Web continues to barge its way into every facet of life, this trend can only continue; visitors to sites now expect a certain amount of visual interest, just as readers of a magazine expect illustrations or photographs.

Keywords

Joint Photographic Expert Group Color Blindness Screen Reader Random Image Visual Interest 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Copyright information

© Craig Grannell, Victor Sumner, Dionysios Synodinos 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  • Craig Grannell
  • Victor Sumner
  • Dionysios Synodinos

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