Using Screen Reader Testing Tools to Evaluate the Accessibility of a User Journey – Part 1
Presented on January 16, 2024, at 11am ET
Charlie Pike, Platform Success Lead
User Journeys are a great way to segment complex sites and applications for accessibility testing, helping you to prioritize the user experience. This webinar will provide a background to screen reader testing tools and how and where to use them with user journeys in your development pipelines, particularly JAWS Inspect, a dedicated testing tool for JAWS compatibility testing. Using sample user flows, we will demonstrate testing in action, including how to select steps and components for a user journey, the automation options available and the skills and roles required.
Future webinars in this series will look at specific types of user journeys in different settings, such as large public websites and software applications.
- Testing with assistive technologies
- JAWS compatibility testing
- Selecting user journeys
- Testing the accessibility of user journeys
- Introduction to accessibility testing
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Using Screen Reader Testing Tools to Evaluate the Accessibility of a User Journey - Part 1