Appt.org empowers developers and organizations to build accessible apps for everyone by offering current stats on the use of accessibility features, code documentation for iOS, Android and other platforms, guidelines, tips and how-to's.
Verify accessibility of your content in real-time, including Single Page Applications. Review results and determine the impact on the business. Does not send content or data externally, so can be used for internal-only purposes. Tests can be run asynchronously (without blocking the UI) or synchronously. Provides code snippet to add to build pipeline (e.g. for automation tests) or developer console, or can run as a bookmarklet. Easy locating issues on the page from the results using element detector or XPath Color contrast recommendations Provides checklist for things that can't be tested automatically. Check all ASLint features or view the demo page. Want to try it straight away? Drag ASLint tool link to your toolbar and use it as a regular bookmarklet. Use ASLint with short code snippet in a build pipeline or directly from developer console. That's it! Oh! One more thing - ASLint itself is fully accessible as well.
Asqatasun, webpage analyser for SEO and Accessibility
Opensource software. Speed your accessibility and SEO testing width Asqatasun. Asqatasun automates SEO tests and accessibility tests (RGAA 3). Evaluating a page, an entire site or a web application is reliable and intuitive.
This checklist includes an outline of how to cover everything that’s required in an accessibility audit of a project or product. An audit needs to cover the minimum of WCAG 2.0 AA: Perceivable Operable Understandable Robust This checklist also includes new items from WCAG 2.1 AA. Review How to Meet WCAG
WHO fact sheet on assistive technology. Assistive technology enables people to live healthy, productive, independent, and dignified lives, and to participate in education, the labour market and civic life.
“What is assistive technology?”, “How does it work?”, “How can I make sure my content is accessible for people using assistive technology?” These are questions we hear often at Digital Access. They are important questions for anyone aiming to design content that is accessible and Inclusive for people with disability. To help provide some answers, we’re starting a series of informative videos showcasing different assistive technologies. In each video we chat to an assistive technology user to cover:
The ATP certification recognizes demonstrated competence in analysing the needs of consumers with disabilities, assisting in the selection of appropriate assistive technology for the consumers' needs, and providing training in the use of the selected devices.
Atypical Color Preference in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
So far, virtually no study has ever investigated color preference in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In order to address this issue, 29 boys with ASD varying in age between 4 and 17 years, and 38 age-matched typically developing (TD) boys ...