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Learn why digital accessibility consultants are kind of like exterminators that don’t get rid of bugs.
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Why Screen Reader Users Play a Critical Role in Accessibility Testing
Learn about the benefits of having screen reader users help test your website’s accessibility.
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Why Manual Testing Equals Smarter Automation
Automation is a critical part of solving digital accessibility at scale, but it works best when backed by human experts.
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A Quick Guide to Digital Accessibility Audits
What is a digital accessibility audit and why does your organization need one?
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What Goldilocks Can Teach Us About Digital Accessibility
See why Goldilocks’ approach to eating porridge — not too hot, not too cold — is just right for digital accessibility testing.
September 01, 2022
What Is ADA Compliance Testing?
ADA compliance testing helps to ensure that your website provides an accessible experience for people with disabilities. Here’s an overview.
May 06, 2022
Why is manual work important for accessibility? Meet AudioEye’s QA manager and AT tester
JAWS is a screen reader assistive technology (AT) tool enabling those who cannot see the screen to access information on computers and smartphones. If a site isn’t coded correctly, quite simply, JAWS won’t “read” it correctly – nor will any other AT. Kaely’s job is to make sure every AudioEye client site is functioning properly for the end user. She does this by testing it, re-testing it and testing it again.
May 07, 2020
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