Tiresias - provides research resources such as details of ICT projects and ICT related standards to help support primary research, detailed design guidelines offering advice and recommendations on ICT accessibility issues and a collection of project tools to successfully complete accessible ICT research or design project.
- To influence and encourage external research and development of future benefit to visually disabled persons.
- To influence the design of equipment and systems for the general public such that they are accessible by visually disabled persons.
- To influence the development of relevant standards.
- ICT - Information and Communication Technology - provides a definition of ICT accessibility and information on other terms used such as Usability, Universal Design, Design for All and Inclusive Design.
- This sub-section provides information on the user groups that benefit from ICT accessibility. For example; Blind and partially sighted people, deafblind people; hearing, physically, cognitively and language impaired people and the aging population.
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