New school year in Poland has began, so for me it is time for new professional goals even more than January 1st.
It is almost a year of me writing this blog and if you are a frequent visitor, you may have noticed, that aspects of testing, coaching, agile and conference stuff are mixed up here. It is basically because I do believe that all of these are equally important parts of tester’s professional life. We can never say that agile or mentoring is not our job. It is. Not obligatory for everyone, sure, but still valid.
On the other hand, as I wrote a while ago, I think that working in the fantastic software industry is a opportunity. At first, it is a chance for us to gain knowledge, feel the modern software vibe, know what’s on and simply to make money from exciting activities. Secondly, it is a chance for the others and ‘for the world’ (sounds like Miss Universe, doesn’t it? 🙂 ) to let us make it a better place. I think that testers, developers, graphic designers, UX specialists can still make a change, not only by creating stunning websites or mobile applications, but also by making the accessible to all users, especially to people with any kind of disabilities.
I’m going to make a series of articles focusing on certain impairments, to give you a chance for having a closer look to the problem and possible improvement solutions. I know that each of you work in different software industry branch, so all together we are quite powerful.
For a tester – it will be a matter of one – two additional test cases or test suite in our daily basis activities – for developers – it will be a better code maybe, for graphic designers an UX specialists – it will be yet another tool to make developers following THE RIGHT path 🙂
Let’s start from scratch:
- What is an accessibility testing you can read here in one of my previous post.
2. Where to look for mobile development tips:
3. Is it software – related subject only?
It is both hardware and software.
4. What kind of impairments would I like to cover?
I’ll try to create a separated section at the top of this website – so you’ll be able to access content at any time in order to practice your accessibility testing skills.
5. At the same time – if you have any cool websites, services, books, articles…….. AND SO ON to share with me or with the entire community – don’t hesitate to paste it in the comment, on Facebook.
6. Tweet any accessibility testing – related stuff using hashtag #AccessibilityTestingDoIT