Some users may prefer to use only the keyboard for navigation due to difficulty in controlling a mouse or other pointing device. The user should be able to efficiently carry out all tasks with a keyboard alone.
Discussion by Disabilities
- Simplifies input and navigation for people with certain physical disabilities.
Please note that these products are not necessarily endorsed by RtF, but represent the range of available options.
- Many operating systems have a feature (often called “MouseKeys”) that allows navigation and full-functionality through the keyboard.
Related Research and Papers
- Keysurf: a character controlled browser for people with physical disabilities – University of Victoria – Spalteholz, L., Li, K.F., Livingston, N., and Hamidi, F. (2008)
Contributions & Discussion
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