Are you tired of coming in at the end of a project to do accessibility testing with little control over schedule and design? Are you concerned with how your team will adjust to the changes in accessibility law?
Here is a roadmap of best practices, political tools, learning lists, and background knowledge to increase the quality of work for the beginner development-side tester responsible for accessibility. This course of action will also plant seeds to move you toward a long term role as a skilled analyst able to fulfill requirements and to participate in the user experience from the beginning of the lifecycle on for both creativity and a more pleasant project for everyone.
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