Read the “Using NVDA to Evaluate Web Accessibility” article: goo.gl/eGPDp
Watch the “Testing for Accessibility with the NVDA Screen Reader on Windows” video on Egghead.io: goo.gl/Umv8UX
If you’re on a Windows machine and would like to get started with screen readers, NVDA is a great option. The project is open source and funded by donations (please consider giving if you actually end up using it for work!). Today on the show I’ll cover the basics of navigating a page with NVDA, and share some useful keyboard shortcuts to make you more efficient. If you’ve had a nagging feeling like maybe your site could use better accessibility, but you haven’t known where to start with screen readers, check out today’s episode!
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