Is it accessible? Using ANDI and NVDA to take a quick glance at the accessibility of a web resource
Presenters: Zach Lattin and Doug Hayman
The presenters of this session will show the lay person some quick and easy methods to skim a web resource to identify possible accessibility issues their students may encounter. ANDI stands for Accessible Name and Description Inspector. It is a bookmarklet that can be easily added to your web browser then activated while on a web page to inspect links, buttons, structures and so on to determine if there are accessibility issues. Doug will take us through about a 20-minute tour of ANDI. Following that, Zach will show us what the nvda screen reader would encounter on the same pages that provides a great auditory experience comparing an accessible and inaccessible page.