Automated accessibility scanning tools can only catch around 30% of accessibility issues. To fully meet accessibility standards and make sure everyone is able to use your site, manual testing with assistive technologies is required. We will provide an overview of common manual testing methodologies and demonstrate simple keyboard and screen reader checks you can use to get started. We will also share resources to help you assess the accessibility of your sites. Familiarity with accessibility standards and automated accessibility tools is helpful but not required. These methods are applicable to both Drupal and non-Drupal sites.
About the Speakers
Senior Digital Accessibility Analyst at University of Minnesota
Luke is the Senior Digital Accessibility Analyst at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities Disability Resource Center. He has a background in digital accessibility, user experience, disability studies, and disability culture.
Academic Technologist, Accessibility Focused at University of Minnesota
As an Academic Technologist, focused on Accessibility Khaled consult with faculty and staff about technology tools with a lens on how to create an accessible and inclusive learning environment. Khaled has over 15 years’ experience designing program curricula, teaching computer applications, writing user documentation, and conducting accessibility testing.