Is NVDA Strictly a Web Accessibility Screen Reader?
Last week, Jamie and Mick of NVDA announced that their open source, free screen reader organization is in need of funding:
NVDA is perhaps the cream of the crop when it comes to web accessibility for blind users. The user experience is equally terrific. TPG uses NVDA as part of it’s quality assurance testing for all web properties. In short, we need to do something to “Save the NVDA” so to speak. Spark a campaign if you will.
Having said that, my general interest involves platform support, specifically desktop and mobile. I’ve read the product specification. Still, I’d like to get the inside scoop from the user community.
I’d like to reach out to the general community (not to mention Mick and Jamie!) to get a better sense of the user experience. Would you be kind enough to respond to this blog and share your thoughts?