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Jumping Back And Forth

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 23, 2016
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This article was published on StickyMinds – “Advocating for the User in Accessibility Testing”, September, 2016. Do you see a problem? (Click on the image to see it full size.) You know, how it works? You don’t really read the whole page, especially when looking for something. You’re screening. Some people also call it scanning. […] ...

Can’t You Stay Focused?

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 20, 2016
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This article was published on StickyMinds – “Advocating for the User in Accessibility Testing”, September, 2016. Do you see a problem? Can you see the focused link at all? If you can, is it easily distinguishable for you? How close you have to look? Will you instantly find the focused element if you didn’t know where […] ...

What’s In A Label?

Posted by Albert Gareev on Mar 01, 2016
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This story has been featured in my article published by Tea-time with Testers – Year 5 Issue XI, December – January 2016. Download a free copy. Do you see a problem? With the login form represented by the image? There are a few, actually, but we can’t know for sure because it’s just an image, we have […] ...

Not That Apple

Posted by Albert Gareev on Feb 24, 2016
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This story has been featured in my article published by Tea-time with Testers – Year 5 Issue XI, December – January 2016. Download a free copy. Do you see a problem? With the image? Maybe you don’t. You know, people who can’t see still can use the software, browse the Web, and work with electronic documents. […] ...
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