Tools for Testing Accessibility

My main focus lately has been coding in and of itself. But testing comes after coding, right? And nothing is more important than including testing to verify that your page is compliant with accessibility standards. I attended a webinar by David Berman today that introduced some helpful tools for having a machine test if your page is friendly for people with a variety of disabilities.

These were the most interesting to me which are free to download:

Not from his presentation, but other sites I’ve discovered on my own:

Keep in mind that machine-testing is wonderful, but nothing can replace how invaluable it is to test with real people with real disabilities!

What tools do you use to test how accessible your webpage or documents are?

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