Accessibility testing is a key part of the overall quality assurance process. The earlier issues are identified, the easier they are to fix.

Reach out to us for help:

  • Reviewing implementation plans, design concepts and prototypes.
  • Evaluating vendor products being considered for purchase.
  • Doing quality assurance testing before launch, independently or as part of the Office of Communications website review process. We can offer usability advice, crawl the site with automated testing tools and spot-check compatibility with keyboard and touch-based input devices and screen readers.

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Do-it-yourself Testing

For content creators:

For site owners, designers and developers:

Note that we teach and encourage familiarity with screen readers, but do not recommend departments do their own screen reader testing. Effective and comprehensive screen reader testing requires multiple devices, a lot of training and a lot of practice. Please request a consultation before launch.