Once you’ve gone through the previous checklists, consider setting up an accessibility review with real users of assistive technology. Do not fixate on screenreader testing. The vast majority of people with disabilities are not blind, and they use a variety of different assistive technologies in addition to screenreaders.
Test with Real People checklist (Google sheet)
- Request a Web Access clinic (Berkeley affiliates only)
- World Institute on Disability
- Independent Living Resource Center of San Francisco