On Mon, Mar 23, 2020 at 04:57 PM, Devin Prater wrote:
but they understand the iPhone quickly, and JAWS tooI disagree with this statement, particularly with regard to JAWS. I've been tutoring for years for JAWS, and I have yet to have a client understand it quickly, and that's even for folks who were very sophisticated Windows users prior to losing their site.
I had one client (and, yes, I know that one is not a valid sample) who could use the iPhone very proficiently, including VoiceOver, but who could never master the rotor (and not secondary to any motor issues).
After decades in IT one of the claims, about anything technology-related, that instantly makes me cringe is, "It's intuitive." There is no such thing as a very highly featured system that is intuitive in any meaningful sense of that word. Some are easier than others to get the hang of the basics, but all require intensive practice to master even the subset of non-basic commands a given user might use. Microsoft Word is the perfect example of that. It's dirt simple to create a dirt simple document, but when you start going beyond that, things get complicated and you can end up "in the weeds" with unbelievable speed if you try to guess what you need to do.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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