5 takeaways from screen reader usability interviews - Jess Budd
Some common patterns that stood out to me during usability interviews with frequent screen reader users.

A front end engineer designs and checks a website for accessibility, only to find that testers with disabilities use completely different methods to navigate the website.

Testing your product for accessibility yourself will never compare with testing with real users. Even if you have a disability yourself.

Test for accessibility with automated tools, test manually yourself, then test with people with disabilities.

H/T @Jessbudd@noc.social

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