Usability Testing by People with Disabilities: Some Guerrilla Tactics
As more companies look to ensure that their products can be used by people with disabilities, usability professionals are challenged to broaden their testing repertoire. An application or website may be designed and coded to meet accessibility standards and may also test adequately for general usability. But it still may not be usable by people with disabilities. You won’t know until you test your application with these users, too.
There are special considerations for user and task analysis, recruiting, and data analysis when testing users with disabilities. Of course, [...]