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Seven things software testers need to know about accessible design

accessible design

Accessible design should be used by software testers from the start of the process to deliver the same access for all abilities. Our 7 tips can help you.

Different Testing Needs Across Industries

Testing industries

It’s a mistake to think that testing needs are the same across all industries and every product. This post shows how all testing circumstances are unique.

An Introduction to 508 Compliance Testing

508 compliance testing

508 Testing is essential if you are a US federally funded agency or self-elected large business. This post gives the main details on how and why to test.

QA advice from a Disability Blogger

Disability blogger advice

“If we truly were an accessible society, I think we would be putting inclusion at the forefront of all of our projects.” Gemma Turner, Disability Blogger.

How to Prioritize QA Tasks

QA priorities

In a QA testers work day, it can be hard to know what to prioritize. Some items have higher value than others, so how do we choose and avoid overwhelm?

How to Test Multilingual Websites – Tips & Best Practice

Multilingual website testing

Working out how to test multilingual websites can be challenging. Read our useful tips to help you prepare to test three types of multilingual sites.

10 Tips for Optimizing your Website for the Visually Impaired

Optimising your Website for the Visually Impaired

To help visually impared people to use your website, here are ten tips to employ at the design stage so you can make the visual experience good for all.

Use Case Testing – An introduction

Use case testing

Use case testing identifies broken links that stop an end user from completing a desired sequence. This post show how use cases are written and then tested.

The value of baking Accessibility Testing into the QA process

Accessibility testing

Baking accessibility into product helps everyone to achieve what they want to do online. Pre-planning in QA accessibility testing makes this possible.

Who owns the release notes?

Who owns release notes

Writing good release notes means delivering the right information at the right time. But who's responsibility is that? Product managers? Marketing? Support?

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