Accessibility scanning and remediation is no longer a resource-intensive problem. With the latest open source web accessibility tools, it’s easier than ever to test and improve the accessibility of web properties. As someone who has been involved in the field of web accessibility for many years and built my own open source accessibility solutions, I have seen firsthand the power of these tools to provide developers with powerful and effective ways to ensure that everyone can access and use their digital products and services.
In this presentation, I will demonstrate how next-generation open source web accessibility tools, built using technologies like Rust and gRPC, are leading the way in providing more efficient accessibility testing. These tools make it easier and faster to ensure that your products are accessible to everyone, without requiring significant resources.
I will also cover key ways folks can get started using these tools, including how to integrate them into your development workflow and best practices for accessibility testing. Additionally, I will discuss updates from key technologies like Axe and Editora11y, which form the backbone of many organization’s automated testing programs.
Join me for this informative and engaging presentation on how open source web accessibility tools are making accessibility scanning and remediation easier and more efficient than ever before.
- Blake Bertuccelli-Booth — Equalify.app
- Kevin Andrews — Georgetown University
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