A few years ago I published an article that described how to read inaccessible screens on Android with TalkBack screen reader. Well into 2019, one can find quite a few apps in the Play Store that not only scan text on the screen, but also recognize text and objects in images.Continue Reading Reading inaccessible screens on Android (revisited)
If you are an Android developer, who has heard about accessibility, but didn’t know where to begin, I suggest this short video as an introduction
Once you are ready to dive in and learn more, Android Accessibility website for developers is where you find the wealth of information and guides on designing, developing and testing for accessibility.
Enjoy the journey!
As I use Android on everyday basis, I come across app screens where their content is not recognizable by screen readers such as TalkBack. While the best way to deal with such cases is for the developers of those apps to fix their accessibility problems, I figured out a way to read such screens by utilizing a single app in concert with Android’s “Share screen” feature. Read on to find out how this works.
This is a short introduction to the VoiceOver screen reader for Mac OS X, particularly geared toward sighted developers or instructors who never had any exposure to assistive technology software for users who are blind.
This is a short introduction to the VoiceOver screen reader for iOS, particularly geared toward sighted developers or instructors who never had any exposure to assistive technology software for users who are blind.
Continue Reading Quick Guide to Using VoiceOver on iOS