Web Accessibility Testing

Web Accessibility Testing

An in-depth review and practice of testing websites and web-based applications for conformance to major accessibility standards including automatic, manual, and use case testing

  • Overview of testing techniques and methodologies
  • Assembling a best practices guide
  • Determining test sets, conformance criteria, and test approach
  • Automated testing approaches with WorldSpace FireEyes
  • Performing manual testing, including code review and assistive technology testing
  • Use case testing
  • Reporting, remediation, and regression

Intended Audience:

An overview of accessibility of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), relevant legislation & standards, and a review of the range of Assistive Technologies and their usage by people with disabilities. This half-day course gives you the basics of challenges faced by people with disabilities. This course is designed to cover the following basic topics:

Who should attend?

You’ve understanding of Software testing and liked it; now get the skills to test the accessibility of the Website.

Course Objectives:

This course provides detailed best practice guidance on accessibility for the following content types:

  • Keyboard Accessibility & Focus Control
  • Dynamic Content & WAI-ARIA
  • Images
  • Forms
  • Tables
  • Media
  • Document Structure
  • CSS
  • Text Content
  • Navigation

Prerequisites:

Basic Computer knowledge
Basic Software Testing Knowledge