Eric Eggert · European Testing Conference ·
Web Accessibility Specialist @
Knowbility (Assessments, Teaching)
50% W3C Fellow → WAI/EOWG
“Accessible design is by its nature flexible, allowing content to faithfully render across a broad spectrum of devices, platforms, assistive technologies, and operating systems.
In physical environments, everyone takes advantage of lower curbs, automatic door openers, ramps, and other features provided for disability access.
On the web, accessibility features become options that are also often used more widely.”
All Statistics from: http://disabilitystatistics.org
Testability of Best Practices by WCAG* Level
|WCAG Level||Automatic Test||Manual Verification||Manual Test|
*WCAG 2.0, Source: http://www.karlgroves.com/2012/09/15/accessibility-testing-what-can-be-tested-and-how/
However there might be some that are specific to a browser or operating system.
CTRL+OPTIONS = VO
$ pa11y http://example.com
But how they are using your product.
The contact and insight of real-life accessibility are worth far more than any experts efforts.
Accessibility Conformance Testing Task Force at W3C
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