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Keyboard Navigation Accessibility Testing

Keyboard navigation accessibility

Not everyone uses a mouse to navigate, so testing keyboard navigation accessibility can help your site or web app to be even more accessible.

Gender Bias in Digital – User Testing with Equality in Mind

Gender Bias in Digital

When most tech design and products are still created mostly by men, gender bias can be almost accidental. But what can developers do to advance equality?

Designing for the dark: The science behind dark mode

Dark design

Studies indicate that the constant blue light from our devices is messing with our sleep rhythms. So is dark mode UI design the best way to combat it?

QA Testing Meets Persona Development

QA Testing Meets Persona Development

This post introduces persona development, because using personas in QA testing helps testers to keep in mind that their products will be used by people.

Designing and Testing Web Designs for Older People

web design for older people

Tech and websites should be accessible to everyone, so web design for older people is essential, as we move globally towards becoming an elderly population.

Mobile Accessibility Testing – Getting Started

Mobile Accessibility Testing

The key to your product flying through mobile accessibility testing is to consider accessibility for all at the planning stage, and not as an afterthought.

Persona Development – Identifying your Perfect Customer

Persona development

Persona Development is a creative strategy used for visualising how an imagined persona might use your product, so you can better cater for their needs.

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.

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.

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