How to drive accessibility in software testing
Before a site can be launched or a software product brought to market, it must go through extensive accessibility testing to ensure that it meets a broadening set of compliance requirements. Accessibility testing is the process of evaluating the accessibility of a website, application, or software for individuals with disabilities, including those with visual, auditory, cognitive, motor, or other impairments.
The benefits of including accessibility testing in your SDLC extend far beyond compliance, from driving innovation to broadening market reach – yet accessibility errors that testing could catch are still surprisingly common, according to research by WebAIM.
In this white paper, we’ll cover:
- Key tenets of accessible software that testing should address
- Strategies for overcoming common accessibility testing roadblocks
- The significant benefits your business stands to gain by testing for accessibility