Spoken Web

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Spoken Web
Nonprofit
Industry Technology
Founded 2006
Headquarters Tel Aviv, Israel
Products Web Portals and Screen Reader
Website www.spoken-web.com

Spoken Web is a web portal, managing a wide range of online data-intensive content like Wikipedia articles, news updates, weather, travel and business articles for computer users who are blind or visually impaired. Spoken Web is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.[1]

History[edit]

Spoken Web was founded by Eyal Shalom in 2006.[2]

Core technology[edit]

The site provides a simple, easy-to-use interface for navigating between the different sections and articles. Using the keyboard to navigate, everybody can hear the full range of an article content provided in a logical, clear, and understandable manner.[3]

Navigation uses three keys: 'TAB' to pass from item to item, 'Enter' to select an item and 'Backspace' to go back to previous page.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spoken Web, Gartner, retrieved 2009-10-16 
  2. ^ Profile, Linkedin, retrieved 2009-10-16 
  3. ^ Spoken Web, Gartner, retrieved 2009-10-16