Group links according to context
A website that is well-designed will already have links grouped according to similar content and subject-matter. However, some websites may have links scattered throughout the page, or may mix together links about very different topics. To improve navigability, this feature should:
- Allow the user to extract and group together all the links from throughout the page.
- If the links were not grouped by the web designer, the system should automatically determine similar links and sort them accordingly.
Discussion by Disabilities
Screen reader users can navigate more efficiently if links are organized according to their context.
Related Research and Papers
- Grouping hyperlinks for improved voice/mobile accessibility – University of NSW, Australia – Penev, A. and Wong, R.K. (2008)
- Analysis of navigability of Web applications for improving blind usability – IBM – Takagi, H., Saito, S., Fukuda, K., and Asakawa, C. (2007)
- Web Mediators for Accessible Browsing – Boston University – Waber, Benjamin N., Magee, John J. and Betke, Margrit (2006)