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Which accessibility training to choose?

Training needs vary depending on the role in the project. Designers and UX specialists need to learn how to create accessible user interface designs, developers need to learn how to create accessible apps, and testers need to learn how to test and automate WCAG-compliant tests. It is worth taking the time to select training tailored to the audience instead of training everyone on everything.

Author: Dariusz Drezno

Digital accessibility - definition

What is digital accessibility? What does it mean? The definition - unambiguous, verifiable, measurable and consistent with existing standardised terms: Digital accessibility is the capability of the software product to be understood, learned, used and attractive to a user with a disability.

Author: Dariusz Drezno

Accessibility testing automation - tools

Tools for automatic website accessibility tests. Thanks to them, without going into technical details, you can automatically verify the availability of websites, portals, mobile and desktop applications.

Author: Tomasz Bonior

How much does an accessibility audit cost?

Which factors impact the price of accessibility audit? How to plan budget for website accessibility testing? Practical information for people responsible for digital accessibility. Useful both for business and public institutions.

Author: Dariusz Drezno

Customer case: Accessibility training for global software company

In less than two weeks we completed 16 remote training sessions, each of them gathered around 10 participants and took between 1,5 and 2,5 hours. It was great to see results even before the training has been delivered to all employees - some accessibility issues have been fixed during the first week of the training!

Author: Dariusz Drezno