When conducting usability testing studies with participants who use assistive technology it’s important to conduct sessions on site, letting people use the technology they are familiar with. Learn how to conduct your own accessibility studies to discover specific information about how your own users who use assistive technology interact with your website or intranet.
This 47-page report presents 40 tips and tricks for running better usability test sessions with people who use assistive technologies. For design best practices, please see Usability Guidelines for Accessible Web Design.
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