Accessibility Testing

At TTC, we believe that the digital world will become more accessible and usable.

At TTC, we know that it is good practice to factor in accessibility throughout the SDLC when embarking on new projects or refreshing and updating existing assets.

TTC guides and supports organizations on their digital accessibility journey helping them to transform the way they deliver technology, providing them with a competitive edge and helping to provide access to digital environments for everyone.

Being accessible means that people with disability, and everyone, can access and interact with sites and apps.

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About Digital Accessibility

Procuring, designing and building accessible websites, intranets, apps and software solutions means that your customers, services users, employees, candidates and stakeholders can access key information, purchase products and services, interact with you, use systems to do their work, apply for jobs and participate in meetings.

Leaving out accessibility when procuring, designing and building websites, intranets, apps and software solutions eventuates in the creation of barriers. This means that friends, family, colleagues, employees, and people in the community with disability are unable to participate. Less customers can purchase your products or access your services, employee participation decreases, your talent pool shrinks, and your clients or stakeholders are less welcomed and included when they visit you or access your digital environments.

Being digitally accessible will improve your reputation in the marketplace, reduce your risk of having a complaint lodged, increase your talent pool of applicants, and assist you to retain skilled and talented employees. Not only that, focusing on accessibility is the right thing to do.

Steps To Ensuring Accessibility

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are a set of global guidelines to assist organizations to become more digitally accessible. They define what is needed for accessibility.

Manual testing is key to ensuring accessibility and including people with disability is good practice, as is ensuring testing with assistive technologies.

Understanding user journeys is critical – how do people interact with your sites or apps and what are they expected to do along the way?

Having a written commitment, strategy and frameworks to assist your teams to know what is expected, planned and what to do is important.

How Can Your Organization Become More Accessible?

Our Accessibility Services

1. Consulting: We guide organizations to create frameworks and strategies that will embed accessibility and support robust implementation. Reach out to find out more about our consulting services.

2. Audits: We audit sites, apps and environments to understand their current accessibility and provide solutions to ensure accessibility moving forward. We focus on user journeys rather than per page assessments to ensure optimal usability of sites and apps.

3. Leave accessibility to us: Our Assistive platform offers an end-to-end solution that dynamically remediates and maintains the accessibility of your site, so it conforms to the most current standards. Manual testing is undertaken including people with disability and using assistive technologies.

4. Empower your teams: With our Accessibility Management Platform, your team can find, fix, test and report on accessibility faster and with less overhead. We provide training to build the capability of teams including UX/Designers, Developers and QA professionals. Capability is built to use the platform throughout the SDLC to ensure accessible digital environments are created.

5. Accessibility Badging Service: Continuous monitoring and improvement is key to maintaining the accessibility of your digital environments. Our Accessibility Badging Service monitors your site on your behalf, notifies you with any non-compliance, assists with remediation and provides a badge for your website to demonstrate conformance to WCAG.

Let's Talk

Samantha Dancey, Global Accessibility Practice Lead
Phone: +61 2 8999 1965
Email: [email protected]

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To discuss how TTC can help ensure your website and apps are fully accessible.