Accessibility Testing is a type of software testing performed to ensure that a product or service is accessible to all people, regardless of their abilities or possible disabilities.
Some Accessibility issues may include:
- Lack of support for assistive technologies that help people with disabilities use the software.
- Content not accessible to the visually impaired, such as very small text or images that do not have an image description, without alternative text (ALT).
- An unintuitive user interface can be difficult for anyone to use, especially people with disabilities.
- Content is not accessible to the hearing impaired, such as videos without subtitles or audio without description.
- Content is not accessible to people with cognitive disabilities, such as content that is overly complex or confusing.
- Content is not accessible to people with mobility disabilities, such as content that is difficult to use with a keyboard or mouse.