Observing Users Who Work With Screen Readers
1st Nov 2004
Guidelines for Accessible and Usable Web Sites: Observing Users Who Work With Screen Readers... downl oad the PDF.
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Making Ajax Work with Screen Readers
And as Gez saysThe bad news is that it isn't possible to make Ajax work in every known assistive technology [...]
Testing with Screen Readers:
I like this style of explaining about things. Paul Bohman has tackled the subject of web accessibility in terms of using screen readers by posing hi [...]
Web accessibility for screen magnifier users
good article from Trenton Moss. [...]
An introduction to screen readers
In this video, Victor Tsaran talks through how he uses a screen reader. [...]
An Introduction to Screen Magnification Software
Karo Caran runs through how she uses screen maginfication software to surf the web. [...]
Screen-reader usability at a standards-compliant E-commerce site
a hot topic for myself as I venture into my first proper e-commerce site as we speak: a ccessibility and e-commerce are not an easy pairing.What was [...]
AJAX and Screenreaders: When Can it Work?
James Edwards discloses that 'script support in screen readers is incredibly erratic and fragmentary' in his article at Sitepoint. [...]
JAWS Screen Reader Adaptation for Mozilla Firefox
you need JAWS and Firefox to run this (it's not a Firefox extension). [...]
See JAWS being used by a blind tester
On the afternoon of Monday 11 September Test Partners are running a demonstration of the JAWS screen reader with a blind tester to illustrate the issu [...]
Data Table Accessibility Test Page
Roger Hudson and Russ Weakley have been studying how people who rely on screen readers use a range of data tables. These observations confirm the ne [...]