Web Content Filtration according to context of use: Case Study of Accessibility Guidelines
Lubega, Jude T.
Stone, Roger G.
van der Weide, Th.P.
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In this paper, we propose an approach for filtering Web based content according to context of use based on user roles and other use case scenarios. The purpose of the filtration approach is to make such Web content easier to use for the target audience. Context of use is important for the usability of Web based content particularly that used by different groups of people with different roles, interests and skill base. We use the Web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG) to demonstrate how the approach can be used to improve usability of Web based content. Other than accessibility guidelines, the approach is relevant to ANY Web based content for any subject if intended for multiple classes of users.