My Accessibility Testing Order of Operations
A repeatable process for manually testing accessibility on a site using DevTools and the the browser.
Unit Testing for Accessibility
Jest and Testing Library can be used to write unit tests that ensure accessibility information makes it into the right place in our components.
Programmatic Accessibility and the Rules of ARIA
Programmatically determinable accessibility information benefits screen reader and other assistive technology users.
The Overlap of Screen Readers and Keyboard
My First Step in Manual Testing
The Tab key is a quick way to gauge how keyboard-ready your websites and applications are.
The Importance of Accessible Naming
Use semantic HTML elements in your markup that include implicit roles and behavior that match your purpose.
The Implications of Client-Side Routing
Accessibility-focused Test Driven Development
Think about how the small pieces of your applications should behave for accessibility, then write tests to make sure they do.
What's your Accessibility Origin Story? Here's Mine.
We weren’t only making sites that fulfilled requirements for conformance. We were instead making sites that disabled people could use.
Now is the Best Time to Start
As new people enter the industry. It’s vital that we teach best accessibility practices so that the applications of the future are accessible from the start.
Where are you on the accessibility testing continuum?
Accessibility isn’t just adding markup with the proper elements and roles or having tests that pass. (”Testing the right thing” is a whole topic on its own)
Alleviating a common testing struggle
One of the common sticking points I’ve seen is developers not being sure where testing would be most effective
Accessibility Testing vs. Accessibility Auditing
There’s a lot of crossover between the techniques, tools, and resources involved in determining the accessibility of a web application.