Accessibility testing is not a simple subject, but it can be very approachable if you have the right tools. In this blog post I will introduce seven accessibility testing tools I’ve used, and how they may help you become a proponent of testing for accessibility, like me.

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  1. Funkify is an…

I’m a true quality advocate. So when I get the opportunity to provide feedback, I take it seriously and do it meaningfully.

Do you ever call that number on the bottom of your receipt to tell corporate how your experience was? Or complete those surveys to potentially win $500 of free food or an Xbox from TacoBell? What about calling the number on the back of that truck for “How’s my driving”?

Hi! I’m Erin, and in this more personal article we will step through some of my experiences struggling with, learning about, and living with disabilities.

I have always struggled in school and accomplishing some simple every day tasks as far back as I can remember. Not in every subject and…

Hi, Busyro. Would you kindly elaborate a bit on why you believe puppeteer is more convenient than Selenium and Testim?

When you mention Selenium, was it a specific framework you were trying to automate that was inconvenient? I'm genuinely curious.

And lastly, have you used Testim before? If not, you could give it a try, they offer a free trial where you can run up to 1,000 tests per month!

As a tester who has experienced many methods and frameworks, I believe that Testim is by far the easiest to learn and most convenient automation tool I've ever used. Literally anyone can use it. I feel like puppeteer isn't as approachable.

Erin Hess

Erin’s a creative professional with a passion for software quality and a champion for inclusion and accessibility. Always seeking new experiences and knowledge.

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