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06. December 10

Test development
Mapping tests in WCAG 2.0 Techniques and Failures onto the WCAG-Test

WCAG 2.0 has hundreds of Techniques and Failures. Many contain at their end Tests with a single step-by-step Procedure and Expected Results. To make sure that BIK's WCAG-Test (under preparation) can claim equivalence to the tests in WCAG 2.0 Techniques and Failures, a mapping excercise is currently being conducted.   [more] zu: Test development - Mapping tests in WCAG 2.0 Techniques and Failures onto the WCAG-Test

 

30. November 10

Standards development
The accessibility of WAI-ARIA

Our latest article, "The accessibility of WAI-ARIA", is published by "A List Apart". WAI-ARIA is an upcoming W3C candidate recommendation aimed at making web applications more accessible to blind and visually impaired users. But, can we recommend WAI-ARIA without reservation?   [more] zu: Standards development - The accessibility of WAI-ARIA

 

12. April 10

Testing methodologies
A snapshot review of web accessibility testing approaches in Europe (update 1 June 2010)

What is the current state of web accessibility testing approaches applied across Europe? We sent seventeen questions to a number of organisations running accessibility tests. Here are their replies.   [more] zu: Testing methodologies - A snapshot review of web accessibility testing approaches in Europe (update 1 June 2010)

 

04. February 10

Test development
Web accessibility evaluation: The BITV-Test in the international and European context

How does the German BITV-Test compare to other accessibility evaluation approaches in Europe? Extended notes of a talk given at the European Blind Union Technical Group Meeting, Leipzig, 26. 09. 2009   [more] zu: Test development - Web accessibility evaluation: The BITV-Test in the international and European context

 

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