Test For Accessibility | Digital Accessibility

Test For Accessibility

Note that we teach and encourage familiarity with screen readers, but do not recommend departments do their own screen reader testing. Effective and comprehensive screen reader testing requires multiple devices, a lot of training and a lot of practice. Please request a consultation before launch.

Testing Content

  • Look over your content with the 11 Key Accessibility Factors in mind. Clear, succinct, well organized content is the first step towards an accessible site.
  • Check your menus, links and headers for clarity. If you have not yet tested these on a [...]
  • Read article at accessibility.princeton.edu

    Article Taxonomies

    Categories: , , Terms: , , , , Keywords:


    5 stars; 94.1% of tests passed.
    Level ALevel AALevel AAAUnique

    Error data courtesy of Tenon.io

    Read article at accessibility.princeton.edu