Fable, a leading accessibility platform, is powered by people with disabilities. Fable moves organizations from worrying about compliance to building exceptional and accessible user experiences. The best digital teams work with Fable to make products more accessible for over 1 billion people who live with disabilities.
Results and user experiences from 2100 usability sessions with assistive technology users with disabilities
Fable completed over 2100 usability tests of various products and services with assistive technology users with disabilities last year. In this blog, we summarize the results and discuss how you can get started with usability and make it your competitive advantage.
The business case for engaging with people with disabilities in the early stages of designing and developing new products is strong. Learn how accessibility can drive revenue, operational efficiency, save time and resources and grow your audience.
As we shift into a mobile first world, are you struggling to conceptualize and design accessible mobile experiences? While screen readers are included on both IOS and Android, it can be difficult and overwhelming for designers to learn about them. This session will help you get started! Samuel Proulx, Fable’s accessibility evangelist and a life-long screen reader user, will guide you through the ins and outs of screen readers on mobile. This interactive live demo will show you what an excellent mobile experience can sound like, give you some ideas of things to keep in mind during design, and help you make the case for bringing the voices of assistive technology users into the training and testing at your organization.
Online shopping was first premiered in the 1980s, as a way for people who couldn’t shop in-person to easily make purchases. But how far we’ve come! In this talk, Fable’s Accessibility Evangelist Sam Proulx will walk you through some of the key factors to create an online shopping experience that is accessible to everyone. From his perspective as a full time screen reader user, and drawing on Fable’s thousands of hours working with people with disabilities, Sam will highlight how consistency, convenience, confidence, and customizability enable a smooth experience for all users, disabled or not. Let’s bring online shopping back to its accessibility roots!