30 Days Accessibility Testing

Accessibility Testing Accessibility Testing
  • Learn about the diversity of disabilities and the effects of aging

  • Use a tool like WAVE to scan a web page for accessibility problems.

  • Share your favourite accessibility testing tool.

  • Research the benefits of inclusive design.

  • Read the 12 guidelines of WCAG 2.0. Write o short post on one of them.

  • Learn about assistive technologies, and share one you liked (hardware).

  • Unplug your mouse, leave the touchpad alone, and navigate using the keyboard.

  • Read a book about accessibility.

  • Disable images in the browser. Con you understand the page?

  • Test with a screen reader and share one useful tip.

  • Turn your screen off and rely on a screen reader.

  • Read an article about accessibility and share it with someone.

  • Watch a video about accessibility and share it with someone.

  • Find a problem thot might affect someone who is deaf .

  • Find o problem that might affect someone who is colourblind .

  • Find o problem that might affect someone who can\'t use their hands.

  • Find a problem that might affect someone with dyslexia.

  • Use a tool to test for colour contrast problems.

  • Find 5 accessibility experts to follow Twitter.

  • Write a simple accessibility checklist.

  • Look for invisible keyboard focus when tabbing through a page.

  • Learn why semantic HTML is important.

  • Find missing semantic information (e.g. headers, landmarks, links, and buttons).

  • Learn about accessibility low in your country.

  • Explore W3C\'s Before and After demonstration.

  • Find an accessibility issue on a website, and report ii.

  • Learn how to use your mobile device screen reader.

  • Download and test a word document for accessibility issues.

  • Find 3 accessibility issues without using on evaluation tool.

  • Review the complexity of a website\'s content with the Hemingway opp.

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