Testing for web accessibility can feel daunting, but with the growing requirements for sites to meet accessibility guidelines, it has become an unescapable part of a developer’s life. Accessibility should be seen as a challenge, rather than a chore.
Nicolas Steenhout outlines an accessibility testing workflow that can be integrated in your day-to-day coding or testing workflows. Along the way, you’ll review automated testing and hands-on manual testing using a variety of tools, from using the keyboard to using a screen reader application. You’ll leave with a solid understanding of common accessibility barriers and methods to test for and remediate these barriers.
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