"WebVisum is opening doors for me today that I could only knock on yesterday"
"I’m not sure that this new utility will be a silver bullet but it is certainly the greatest innovation this market has seen in a very, very long time."
"I am impressed with your pragmatic approach to solving access issues. I'm very pleased to see that you didn't get bogged down in the old model that concentrates on making individual sites accessible. While that model does have importance, it certainly isn't a generally effective approach. It's rare to find people who can cut through all the old ways of thinking and baggage such as the ridiculously exacting and counter productive W3C standards and approach access in a new and effective way. It's a real breath of fresh air to see your approach and insight into dealing effectively with access problems. "
-- Gene Asner, United States.
"It's great that we have the ability to label links, controls and images that otherwise don't mean anything to us. I know screen readers have this capability, but with you the whole community can see the changes. Keep up the good work!"
-- Chris Hallsworth, United Kingdom.
"Your plugin for firefox is a life saver. thanks to this plugin, i can
finally use sites like myspace and sites with capchas without no trouble.
I'm vary glad someone is on our team!!! it is also great for deaf blind
persons that could not solve audio capchas. thank you for a great plugin!
bravo. i will defanatly use this plugin everyday. I can't wait to see the
improvements as they happen."
-- Austin Grace, United States.
"Thank you so much for providing me with the wonderful ability to solve captchas! I can't tell you how terrific this is! I like to use myspace, and in the past it has been extremely frustrating because it seems like you can't even fart on that site without having to solve one of those blasted captchas. This is definitely the feature I like best! Thanks again!
-- Candie Stiles, United States.
"Your FAQ has something else in common with Firefox whose importance is often underestimated: The user is treated like an adult! Even XP Pro, (Hope to avoid
Vista) and IE7 have an odd habbit of talking down to you, and that's even without enabling Clippie.
Continued best in this, hope to soon cancel MSN Premium and divert some of that saving to your project. Thanks."
-- Max Swanson, United States.