1.1. This document aims to help those considering the use of self-voicing on their website to choose the most appropriate and cost-effective production and delivery techniques in order to achieve a site that is both accessible and delivers a good user experience.
2.1. There are a number of reasons why you might consider using self-voicing on a site:
3.1. If you are considering using self-voicing on your web-site you MUST contact the Head of Audience Experience and Usability (AE&U) for advice.
Note: The Head of AE&U is leading a project to roll-out a self-voicing solution that can be used across bbc.co.uk.
Future versions of this document will include details of the self-voicing solution to be used across bbc.co.uk.
|23/03/2009||v0.1||First version released.||Ed Lee|
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