What Is Accessibility Testing?

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This PPT throws light on some of the essential elements of Accessibility testing which have become crucial to ensure quality in this day and age. To know more on accessibility testing, accessibility mandates, WCAG 2.0, paired testing approach, accessibility guidelines and standards go through this presentation as well as the ones coming soon.

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Accessibility

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What is Accessibility Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech Ensuring a universally available and accessible application including those who suffer from various disabilities. What do the current statistics say ● More than 1 billion people globally have some form of disability ● This corresponds to about 15 of the worlds population ● Between 110-190 million people have very significant difficulties in functioning ● In the US 12.6 of the population suffers from some kind of disability Joint report by World Health Organization and the World Bank https://disabilitycompendium.org/sites/default/files/user-uploads/2016_AnnualReport.p df

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Types of Disabilities Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ● Visual impairment ● Lack of motor skills ● Hearing impairment ● Cognitive disability

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Types of Disabilities Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ● Understand and Implement Accessibility Guidelines and Standards - WCAG 2.0 Section 508 ● Understand Accessibility from Usage Standpoint - Usability experts end-user connect program ● Manual and Automated Accessibility Quality Checks - Right balance test tools W3C Link Checker color contrast analyser tools etc. use templates-VPAT ● Consider collaboration with third-party testing firms which specialize in accessibility

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Mobile Focus Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ❖ Functionality ❖ Mobile context ❖ Different devices ❖ Data entry methods ❖ Multimodality

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Different Interaction Styles Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech

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Accessibility Evaluation Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech

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Content – Treasure of Knowledge Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ● Re-size text ● Good color contrast ● Complete coverage ● Proper alt-text ● Minimal flash content

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Key Questions from Usability/Accessibility Perspective Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ● Who are your users ● What are their tasks ● What environment are they in ● What types of devices do they use ● What is your user’s level of tech-savviness ● Is a lot of reading involved ● Is data entry involved

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It All Starts with the User Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech Who is the user - Knowledge beliefs skills background - Interests and preferences - Goals plans tasks needs - Demography ability professions

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Compliance Standard- WCAG 2.0 Levels of Compliance Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech

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Quality - Possible Testing Strategies Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ● Start accessibility testing early ● Perform with an iterative approach ● Use in conjunction with manual functional automation and performance testing ● Understand guidelines and use accessibility testing checklists ● Leverage tools – JAWS NVDA Color Contrast Analyzer VoiceOver/Talkback

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Quality - Paired Testing Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech

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Quality - Test Approach Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech

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Accessibility Testing Process at QA InfoTech Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech

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Tools Used Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ● Screen readers JAWS NVDA Talkback VoiceOver Window Eyes ● Screen Magnifiers – ZoomText ● Keyboard-Only Testing ● Color Contrast Analyzer ● Browser Zoom upto 200 ● High Contrast Settings ● Accessibility Inspector on iOS ● Accessibilitometer ● Automated Tools aXe WAVE Our Selenium framework based on aXe and HTML codesniffer works similarly enabling functional engineers take on basic accessibility checks.

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Handy Checklist Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech Meaningful Alt Text : Appropriate equivalent alternative text for all images Keyboard Accessible : Page functionality accessible via keyboard Focus Order : Navigation order of links form elements logically correct Use of Color : Not the only mode to communicate Bypass Blocks : Direct access to web page’s primary content Semantic Markup : Heading Structure List Block Quote etc

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In Conclusion Content is the copyright of QA InfoTech ● Accessibility awareness - inevitable at all levels ● Implementation feasible today thanks to awareness access to engineers and tools ● Map your users to create an engineering plan ● Inject Accessibility Quality – ideally a paired team approach ● Coverage to focus on compliance and end user experience

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