Not That Apple

Posted by Albert Gareev on Feb 24, 2016
This story has been featured in my article published by Tea-time with Testers – Year 5 Issue XI, December – January 2016. Download a free copy. Do you see a problem? With the image? Maybe you don’t. You know, people who can’t see still can use the software, browse the Web, and work with electronic documents. […] ...

Context-Driven Resume: Heuristics

Posted by Albert Gareev on Feb 16, 2016
Preface Since the beginning of Toronto Testing Meetup, I’ve often been asked for help in job search. I organized and streamlined it into a re-occurring project: Job Finding Club. I’ve done it both as a brief advisory and as dedicated events. Per my observations, the most common, as well as the most misunderstood and the […] ...

Severity of Accessibility Issues

Posted by Albert Gareev on Feb 10, 2016
Preface I’m exploring ways to better communicate impact of severity issues. Even the developers working on accessibility seem to look at it from “mechanical” or purely functional perspective. The challenge is heightened because it’s hard, likely impossible, to make valid assumptions on kinds of special needs, skills and experience of the users with assistive technologies, […] ...
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