Designing and Developing Accessible Java Swing Applications
Existing development tools provide little out-of-the-box assistance in order to design and develop accessible ICT Java solutions for impaired users. Two new approximation simulation tools are presented in an attempt to achieve accessibility design and development of Java Swing applications.
KeywordsVision Impairment Color Blindness Night Blindness Accessibility Constraint Accessibility Problem
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