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Accessibility Testing Requirements – Perceivable ...

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 25, 2014
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In the series of reviews I’m looking at WCAG level A / AA (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) requirements from testing perspective. Common Definitions Human Testing Brief – “You know as you see it” – quick scanning is sufficient to check and make a judgment. This does not include effort of logging defects. Detailed – Either interaction (execution […] ...

Accessibility Testing Requirements – Perceivable ...

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 24, 2014
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In the series of reviews I’m looking at WCAG level A / AA (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) requirements from testing perspective. Common Definitions Human Testing Brief – “You know as you see it” – quick scanning is sufficient to check and make a judgment. This does not include effort of logging defects. Detailed – Either interaction (execution […] ...

Accessibility Testing Requirements – Review

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 23, 2014
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In the series of reviews I’m looking at WCAG level A / AA (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) requirements from testing perspective. Scope (The following table of contents is taken from WCAG site and redirects to its contents) 1 Perceivable 1.1 Provide text alternatives for any non-text content so that it can be changed into other forms people […] ...

Web Accessibility: Impairment Categories (mindmap)

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 18, 2014
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The recent WTA session we performed prompted me that there are a lot of materials I can share with regards to Accessibility Testing. I created them while learning it for myself, using various Web resources. I begin with impairment categories, as they require different accessibility supporting technologies and different testing methods. (Click to see full size […] ...

WTA54: An Intro To Accessibility Testing

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 16, 2014
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After somewhat a pause, I’m stepping back in as a facilitator in Weekend Testing Americas chapter. The good occasion was recent session on Web Accessibility, initiated by Michael Larsen. This is the area I’m actively learning, professionally working in, and the idea I’ve grown to support. So I prepared a few exercises, and walked through them […] ...

Accessibility Testing with WAVE Toolbar

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 10, 2014
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Preface If you have just installed WAVE toolbar, the variety of available commands for sure looks overwhelming. And, frankly, professional Accessibility testing requires specialized knowledge and exploratory testing skills. However, there are few quick tests that are relatively simple to take for a basic assessment and identification of major accessibility barriers. Quick Tests Page Scan Accessibility Purpose […] ...

“These requirements are not testable!” ...

Posted by Albert Gareev on Sep 13, 2013
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“These requirements are not testable”, “These requirements are subjective”, and even “These requirements are not feasible” – all that I heard recently. You see, in Ontario, Canada, Accessibility compliance requirements is a big thing now, and not only for software. Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), sets the bar aligned with Web Content Accessibility […] ...
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