Re: Accessibility of online banking service for NVDA users
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Well it changes like the weather. I really do not know why companies like banks don't leave stuff alone when it works, but they don't and so when you suddenly log in and find its all changed so you cannot get at your own money, you end up or at least I do, either visiting a branch or doing it by telephone. I have to say that this eternal twiddling with interfaces winds up sighted people as well so who decides its a good idea is anyones guesstoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I speak as I find and my bank seems to think picture pdfs of bank statements are fine. ha ha.
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From: "Juliette" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 22, 2017 3:47 PM
Subject: [nvda] Accessibility of online banking service for NVDA users
Do you know which banks are providing the most accessible online banking
services for NVDA users? Is there any papers about the accessibility of
online banking services or any research or discussion about that?
Thanks a lot,