Change Google's layout to make it easier for low-vision users to read.
As a class of disabilities, low-vision users are often ignored by accessibility experts. However, accessibility expert Joe Clark has recently published his research into the needs of web users with limited vision. He pioneered a technique known as the zoom layout: a special alternate style applied to a web page that specifically caters to low-vision users.
As I was learning about zoom layouts, it occurred to me that this would be a perfect application of Greasemonkey. (Actually, that thought occurs to me a lot these days.) This hack is my first attempt at transforming a site into a zoom layout.
This user script runs on several specific Google pages:
Google's home page at http://www.google.com.
International versions of Google's home page, such as http://www.google.ca.
Other variations of Google's home page, such as http://www.google.com/webhp and http://www.google.com/imghp. You can reach these by clicking one of the navigation links at the top of http://www.google.com.
Web search results.
Image search results.