February 18-20, 2015
Montreal, Canada

Web Accessibility Basic Testing Using NVDA

Accessibility testing using browser tools is already a daunting task; add screen reader testing to the mix, and for most people, it soon becomes too complicated to even bother. In this session, we will be going over a series of techniques for testing the accessibility fundamentals of HTML, CSS and JavaScript using NVDA, an open source screen reader. No technical ninja skillz required! Join us to discover 12 simple techniques in 30 quick minutes!

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Denis Boudreau

Deque Systems

Denis Boudreau is a principal Web accessibility consultant and trainer, working for Deque Systems. A member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in both the Education and Outreach (EOWG) and the Accessibility Guidelines (AGWG) working groups, he has been advocating social and digital inclusion for the past 17 years. An admitted nerd with a fixation on UX and design, he has a passion for interfaces that emotionally resonate, are beautifully engaging and delightfully accessible.

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