Skimming a website is difficult for visually impaired users because they do not have access to visual cues. This concept works with screen readers to enable the eyes-free skimming of websites.
Thus, visually impaired users need a lot of time to get a high-level overview of the web content. However, sighted users rely on visual cues to quickly skim through web content. This gap in web experience hinders the ability to explore many websites in a short time, which can be frustrating.
How might we enable web content skimming when using a screen reader?