Personal site to archive accessibility-related learnings, mostly focused on technical implementations.

I just published a new course on Plurasight, Accessibility: Testing and Screen Reader Use that I am happy to share about. This course is a little longer than my others, at almost long, but I wanted this to be a comprehensive study of accessibility testing for developers.

Some of the major topics that I cover include:

  • Testing for various input modalities like keyboard, touch, and voice.
  • Doing static code analysis like HTML validation and inspecting source code in the browser.
  • And finally, testing with screen readers like NVDA, JAWS, and VoiceOver on Mac OS and iOS, while learning the truth about screen reader myths.

Check it out, and let me know what you think!