Hearing Words Is Only One Part of Screen Readability According to Adam Spencer

Visualizing the Internet

What Is Screen Reader Accessibility?

Man using a screen reader.
Adam Spencer from Oakville, Ontario, Discusses Screen Reader Accessibility

How to Design For Screen Reader Accessibility

Three important aspects to readability design include:

Site Structure

Imagery Text

A white, large, capital letter “A” next to a smaller, black, capital letter “A”.
Adam Spencer from Oakville, Ontario, Explains Text Size and Colour

Text Size

How Does Readability Look?

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Adam Spencer from Oakville, Ontario, is the CEO and Founder of Able Docs. AbleDocs specializes in document and electronic accessibility.

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Adam Spencer

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Adam Spencer from Oakville, Ontario, is the CEO and Founder of Able Docs. AbleDocs specializes in document and electronic accessibility.

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