Screen readers, an assistive technology that allows people to engage with computers through synthesized speech or a braille display, are available on all of the platforms where Firefox runs. However, … Read more
We’ve spent the last couple of months finalizing our plans for 2021 and we’re ready to share them. What follows is a copy of the Firefox Accessibility Roadmap taken from … Read more
For the better part of two decades, Mozilla has been building browsers that are highly accessible for users with disabilities. While we’ve worked to ensure that people with a wide … Read more
We’ve made some great early progress with Firefox VoiceOver support on macOS and we’d love it if web developers could give it a test run and provide feedback on any … Read more
Last year, the accessibility team worked to identify and fix gaps in our screen reader support, as well as on some new areas of focus, like improving Firefox for users … Read more
Thursday, May 21, 2020, marks the ninth annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access/inclusion and people … Read more
For several years, Firefox support for the VoiceOver accessibility technology on MacOS was mostly non-existent. In 2020, the team is finally changing that. Here is some insight into what’s happening.
Welcome to the Mozilla Accessibility Blog. We are the Firefox Accessibility Team and we’re here to ensure that Mozilla products and services are accessible and delightful for people with disabilities. … Read more