- NVDA and the new Spreely.com social network
Re: NVDA and the new Spreely.com social network
Pascal Lambert <coccinelle86@...>
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Thanks for your feedback. Do you know the names of the two companies you mentioned?
I am trying to help Terry and Marc, the two developers, as they are willing to make the new site accessible to blind persons. Marc worked for Facebook. He packed and left when FB closed his 3.5 million members group for their conservative views.
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Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and the new Spreely.com social network
I did not spend any time looking at the site, but most newer web development environments create a single page experience, where instead of refreshing the entire page when a link is clicked, only a little bit of the page is updated. The Frontside podcast had some discussions a month or two back on how to improve accessibility in these sites. Also, at least two accessibility companies have started developing react accessibility widgets that have components that have been tested with both mobile and desktop screen readers.
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