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Accessibilité. CCSM propose une loupe bien pensée

by Monique

l'outil loupe (magnifer) que l'on trouve dans le gestionnaire de fenêtres Compiz, compizconfig-settings-manager

NVDA 2012 and accessible PDF tables

by Monique

It's no exaggeration to say that the recently released NVDA upgrade is a huge step forward for PDF accessibility. With respect to tables, NVDA now matches JAWS in almost every way that matters, and in some respects it is significantly better. NVDA is now a realistic alternative to JAWS.

WebAIM: Using NVDA to Evaluate Web Accessibility

by Monique & 1 other

It is important to evaluate the accessibility of web content with a screen reader, but screen readers can be very complicated programs for the occasional user, so many people avoid them. This doesn't need to be the case. While screen readers are complicated, it is possible to test web content for accessibility without being a "power user."

Can Assistive Technology Make a Website Accessible? | Karl Groves

by Monique

One of the common misconceptions people tend to have about assistive technologies is that assistive technologies can “make things accessible”. The assumption in such cases seems based on an incomplete understanding of how assistive technologies work

Deux-trois trucs pour tester l’accessibilité d’un site à l’aide de « Jaws » • Rubrique Accessibilité • Babylon Design

by Monique

Découvrez dans un screencast de moins de 5 minutes quelques raccourcis essentiels pour tester votre site avec la synthèse vocale la plus répandue du marché.


WebAIM: Blog - Semantic Automation

by Monique

Semantic automation is when user agents, such as browsers and screen readers, create meaning and relationships where the presented meaning and relationships are missing, ambiguous, or incorrect. In short, it’s applying algorithms to try and fix things that are probably broken. It’s computers guessing for good.

Testing the accessibility of the CSS generated content |

by Monique

This article is about how screen readers speak the content added with CSS pseudo-elements :before and :after

Access to Electronic Books, a Comparative Review

by Monique

The aim of this article is to inform the reader about accessible services and how to gain access to them. Because some services require specific hardware for their access, we will provide limited descriptions of hardware.

Punkchip | Why we should support users with no Javascript

by Monique

The 2010 WebAIM Screen Reader Survey found that only 1.6% of screenreader users have no Javascript when browsing (compared to 10.4% the previous year) so that argument is wearing thin.

The Evolution of Assistive Technology into Everyday Products | Accessibility NZ

by Monique

This paper looks at some technologies and concepts used by people with disabilities, and how these technologies and ideas have grown from, or with assistive technology.

Site francophone de NVDA

by Monique

Non Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) est une revue d'écran gratuite et open-source pour le système d'exploitation Microsoft Windows.

Votre aide pour le site francophone de NVDA - Blog Webatou, le Web accessible à tous

by Monique

Le site francophone du lecteur d'écran NVDA a changé d'adresse et de nom de domaine, il est devenu

Etat des lieux de l‘accessibilité de HTML5 | BrainCracking

by Monique
Réflexions et questionnement d'un développeur Web pour qui l'accessibilité ne fait pas partie de son domaine d'expertise

Setting up a screen reader test environment » iheni :: making the web worldwide

by Monique & 1 other

some tips to get you started when setting up a screen reader testing environment.


Camera Mouse

by Monique & 1 other

Camera Mouse is a free program that enables you to control the mouse pointer on your computer screen just by moving your head

Utilisation des CSS : rendre invisible un contenu nécessaire aux utilisateurs de lecteurs d'écrans « Documents sur l'accessibilité du Web « Ideose, numérique pour tous

by Monique & 1 other
Il existe plusieurs mécanismes pour cacher du contenu. Il est important qu’une technique mise en œuvre donne le résultat souhaité et qu’elle soit accessible.

WCAG 2.0 Audio Audio Contrast Tool Help For Success Criteria 1.4.7. - E-Ramp Inc. Assistive Technology for people with disabilities

by Monique
WCAG 2.0, Success Criteria 1.4.7 is a guideline for accessible audio files on the internet. The goal is to help people who are hard of hearing understand the speech (foreground). This is done by making sure that any background music or noise is very quiet. Background music (or sound) should be at least 20dB lower than the foreground speech.

Importance of HTML Headings for Accessibility

by Monique
According to a screenreader survey, 76% of screenreader users use headings to navigate either ‘often’ or ‘all the time’. With that statistic we can’t argue how important headings are especially for people with disabilities.


About Fire Vox

by Monique & 2 others
Fire Vox is an open source, freely available talking browser extension for the Firefox web browser. Think of it as a screen reader that is designed especially for Firefox.

WebAnywhere: A Screen Reader On the Go

by Monique & 2 others
WebAnywhere is a web-based screen reader for the web.

Limitations of Web Accessibility

by Monique
Here, we will try to point out those limitations in order for you to better understand web. Accessibility. It is important to note though that experts are presently working on these issues to address or improve them.

Aural CSS: Support for CSS 2 Aural Style Sheets / CSS 3 Speech Module |

by Monique
Questions about support for aural CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) have been popping up in various corners of the Web lately, so I thought I would compile what I know as a supplementary page to my Screen Readers and Abbreviations tests.

Screen reader software usage shifts on desktop and mobile » iheni :: making the web worldwide

by Monique
It’s early days but the rise of VoiceOver and NVDA combined with alternative browsers such as Opera, Safari and Firefox may break the hold that screen reader giants Jaws and WindowEyes have over the market, helping to open up competition and with it how fast screen readers innovate in supporting new technologies such as HTML5, SVG and so on. This will be a win all round for both users and developers.

Tester vos pages avec un lecteur d'écran — Communauté de pratique sur l'accessibilité du Web (CoPAW)

by Monique
Ce document est une adaptation d'une partie des Manuels sur l'utilisation de JAWS et de Window-Eyes par Jean-Marie D'Amour

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