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Tips for developers: Get your website teted for accessibility – Part 2 – Operable

May 9, 2017 • Srinivasu Chakravarthula

This is Part 2 of 4 parts on how a developer should get their website or application tested for accessibility. Objective of this series is to provide easy method of accessibility testing to developers so that they can test as they code. This is how we would achive accessibility right at the development and design… Finish Reading “Tips for developers: Get your website teted for accessibility – Part 2 – Operable”

Tip for Developers: Get your website tested for accessibility -Part 1 Perceivable

April 10, 2017 • Srinivasu Chakravarthula

Quite often, I receive emails from non-profit organizations asking if I can help them with accessibility testing for their newly built website. I also see most of them do not get built accessibility in mind though many of them are for organizations who offer services to people with disabilities. This post illustrate a few tips… Finish Reading “Tip for Developers: Get your website tested for accessibility -Part 1 Perceivable”

Accessibility Automation Testing Tool by PayPal

January 9, 2016 • Srinivasu Chakravarthula

Overview It’s often true that a quality tester or anyone for that matter would look for robust features and possibly have all features at one place. When it comes to identifying automated tool to check for accessibility of a web interface, some of the questions that would come up with are: Does this tool be… Finish Reading “Accessibility Automation Testing Tool by PayPal”