Recently I was uninspired by Bootstrap’s cop-out for responsive tables where they just add horizontal scrollbars for widths under 768px.
I’d come across a few ideas in the past and now I’m exploring them to give pros and cons for each solution.
On Monday I went to a demonstration of JAWS screen-reader, that I had heard about through The Web Standards Group discussion list a few weeks ago. It was presented by Steve Green, the director of Test Partners who provide manual testing services (functionality, compatibility and accessibility). Steve had enlisted the help of John (registered blind), who I believe is usually involved in the testing of their clients’ websites/applications, to be the “screen-reader user”.
I found the session extremely interesting and learnt a lot from it. The main thing I wanted to come away with was how to use JAWS myself and to understand how a vision-impaired user would go about browsing a website.
This is going to be a one-off as I don’t want this site turning into MySpace, but this is too funny to let slip by:
It actually made me make an external sound of amusement, rather than laughing inside like I usually do in the office.
I’ve picked this up from ThePickards, who had picked it up from Stephen Lang.
The rules are:
Here is mine…