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Which Screen Readers and Browsers are best for Accessibility Testing?

Do you need to test your app on Windows and Mac, in Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and Safari, with every popular screen reader? These most popular browser and screen pairings can speed up your testing.

Audience: Heads of Accessibility, Developers, Quality Engineers
Reading time: 8 minutes
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The History of Sticky Keys

The story behind why Sticky Keys opens when you press Shift five times—and how that early accessibility tool was invented twice.

Audience: General
Reading time: 11 minutes
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Where Assistiv Labs fits into the W3C’s Accessibility Maturity Model

The first draft of the W3C’s Accessibility Maturity Model is out and packed with useful guidance for accessibility managers. It’s also a reminder of why it’s so important to provide easy access to assistive technologies.

Audience: Heads of Accessibility
Reading time: 5 minutes
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How to start testing your websites and apps in screen readers

A beginner's guide to using JAWS, NVDA, and other popular screen readers to navigate by element type, with a virtual cursor, and using single letter navigation.

Audience: Developers
Reading time: 9 minutes
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Simplified guide to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

The eight core parts of building a WCAG accessible website, with text for everything, responsive design, appropriate contrast, keyboard shortcuts, outlines, and standards-compliant development.

Audience: Designers, Developers
Reading time: 7 minutes
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