Here’s part 2 of Caitlin Geier’s 2-part series on remote usability testing with screen readers. In her second post, Caitlin covers important points to remember when setting up, recording, and observing the test. She offers several helpful and practical suggestions to make remote usability testing as easy as possible for both parties.
This is the first post in Caitlin Geier’s 2-part series, “Tips and Tricks for Real-Time Remote Usability Testing with Screen Readers.” In her introductory post, Caitlin will cover the basics of usability testing, points for consideration and the pros and cons of testing remotely.
It’s the Essential Guide to Digital Accessibility, in a comprehensive infographic! Discover Deque’s “essential” infographic to learn about the fundamentals of digital accessibility and how you can effectively manage risk. Best of all, you can download the guide or check out our accessible HTML version.
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