Let’s face it: screen reader testing is cumbersome. Without comprehensive training (as well as expert level knowledge) of a desktop screen reader, the process of performing manual screen reader compatibility tests can be daunting and often riddled with headaches and missteps.
Join Larry Lewis, Director of Government Sales and Strategic Partnerships, on May 21 at 12pm ET as he shows you how to make manual screen reader accessibility testing fun, informative, and efficient!
This webinar will identify a number of barriers and difficulties that manual accessibility testing pose to QA testers and developers. Larry will share potential testing pitfalls and tips on how to avoid them, and he will demonstrate a time and cost saving alternative for identifying, capturing, sharing, and remediating usability defects within websites and web applications - TPG’s JAWS Inspect.
Don’t miss your chance to learn how to make screen reader testing significantly easier.
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