Sara Soueidan with everything you need, from what screen reading options are out there all the way to setting up virtual machines for them, installing them, and confguring keyboard options. It’s truly a one-stop reference that pulls together disparate tips for getting the most out of your screen reading accessibility testing.
Thanks, Sara, for putting together this guide, and especially doing so while making no judgments or assumptions about what someone may or may not know about accessibility testing. The guide is just one part of Sara’s forthcoming Practical Accessibility course, which is available for pre-order.
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