Making Digital Products Accessible to Everyone - Ui Inspector is committed to ensuring that your websites, software, and other digital products are accessible to everyone, irrespective of people with disabilities. Ui Inspector tests if your products meet the needs of all users.
The features your software testing process needs
1Run accessibility test
It is a 5-minute test process that is automated according to your set-up of yours.
2Generate accessibility issue reports
All test results are recorded for reference and get alerted in case of any accessibility issue found.
Fix issues with no burden as Ui Inspector already gives the root cause analysis of the issue.
Seamless positive user experience for everyone
Improve the overall user experience of our products for everyone. Software that is user-friendly regardless of people’s abilities or disabilities, that is a positive and enjoyable experience.
- Provide equal access to information and functionality.
- Create a more inclusive and diverse user base for the product or service
- Software products that are intuitive, easy to use, and free of barriers.
Catch and fix any accessibility issues early on
Quickly and efficiently identify any potential accessibility issues in our products. Identify barriers that may prevent people with disabilities.
- Identify issues with the design, layout, or functionality of a product.
- Scan a product to find issues with contrast, text size, or the use of alternative text for images.
Compliance with all accessibility standards and guidelines
Make your software get tested for the set of guidelines and standards of WCAG. Let your product be perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.
- Create websites that are usable by a wider audience.
- Make even people with disabilities your users, including those with visual impairments, mobility impairments, and cognitive impairments.
FAQs on Accessibility Testing
The testing process can include manual and automated testing, and it can cover various disabilities, including visual, auditory, motor, and cognitive impairments. Accessibility testing is used to identify and address any barriers that prevent people with disabilities from using a product, service, or system, ensuring that the product is accessible to everyone and promoting digital accessibility, a fundamental right for people with disabilities.
This is important not just from a legal compliance point of view but from an ethical perspective as well; providing accessibility helps foster inclusiveness.
- Compliance: Accessibility testing is used to ensure compliance with laws and regulations that require organizations to make their products, services, or systems accessible to people with disabilities, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the United States and the Equality Act in the United Kingdom.
- Inclusiveness: It helps to create products, services, or systems that can be used by everyone, regardless of their abilities. This promotes digital accessibility, which is a fundamental right for people with disabilities.
- Business benefits: Making products, services, or systems accessible to people with disabilities can open up new market opportunities and can also lead to increased customer satisfaction and loyalty.
- Usability: Accessibility testing can help identify and address usability issues that may not be obvious during normal testing, improving the overall user experience for everyone.
- Technical benefits: Accessibility testing can also help identify and fix technical issues that can affect the overall performance of the product, service, or system, such as poor page load times or broken links.
- Ethical: It's an ethical responsibility of the organizations to make sure that their products, services, and systems are accessible for all individuals, not only for compliance purposes but also for fostering inclusiveness and equal opportunities.
Auditory Impairments: Testing to ensure that the product, service, or system is usable by people with auditory impairments, including those who are deaf or hard of hearing. This includes testing for captions, subtitles, and audio descriptions for videos.
Motor impairments: testing to ensure that the product, service, or system is usable by people with motor impairments, including those who have difficulty using a mouse or keyboard. This includes testing for accessibility features such as keyboard navigation and alternative input methods such as voice commands.
Cognitive impairments: testing to ensure that the product, service, or system is usable by people with cognitive impairments, including those with conditions such as autism, dyslexia, or ADHD. This includes testing for clear and consistent navigation, simple language, and ease of use.
- Lack of text alternatives: Some images, videos, or other non-text content may not have adequate text alternatives, making them inaccessible to people who use screen readers or other assistive technologies.
- Poor color contrast: The contrast between the text and the background may be too low, making it difficult for people with visual impairments to read the text.
- Lack of keyboard accessibility: The product, service, or system may not be usable with a keyboard only, which can be difficult for people with motor impairments who have difficulty using a mouse.
- Insufficiently labeled form controls: Form controls, such as buttons and text fields, may not be properly labeled, making it difficult for people with cognitive impairments or visual impairments to understand their purpose.
- Complex Navigation: Navigation menus may be complex and poorly organized, making it difficult for people with cognitive impairments to find the information they need.
- Missing semantic structure: Web pages may be missing appropriate headings, lists, and other semantic elements, making it difficult for people who use screen readers to understand the content of the page.
- Inconsistency in layout and design: Pages may be laid out in an inconsistent manner, making it difficult for users to navigate and locate information.
- Unlabeled or ambiguous links: Links may be unlabeled or not describe the destination of the link, making it difficult for users to know where they are going.
- Unpredictable interactions and dynamic content: Interactive elements on web pages, such as pop-ups and modals, may not be properly labeled or marked up, making it difficult for users with cognitive and visual impairments to understand what is happening on the screen.
- Involve users with disabilities in the testing process: Including users with disabilities in the testing process can provide valuable insights into the accessibility of the product, service, or system and help to identify any issues that may not be obvious during normal testing.
- Test early and often: Testing at an early stage of the development process can help identify and fix accessibility issues before they become more difficult and costly to address. It's also important to test regularly as a part of continuous integration and to continue to test as new features are added.
- Use a combination of manual and automated testing: While automated testing can quickly identify potential accessibility issues, manual testing is still necessary to evaluate the usability and user experience of the product, service, or system.
- Involve accessibility experts in the testing process: Accessibility experts can provide valuable guidance and expertise on accessibility testing and help to ensure that the testing is comprehensive and effective.
- Use a clear methodology and framework to guide the testing process. Having a clear methodology and framework for accessibility testing can help ensure that all relevant areas are covered and that the testing is consistent and repeatable.
- Document the findings in a clear and actionable format: It's important to document the results of the testing in a clear and actionable format so that the relevant stakeholders can understand the issues that have been identified and develop a plan to address them.
Automated UI testing made easier.
Requires little to no time for the maintenance of your web applications.
Schedule your tests to run at any specific intervals to catch any issues that may arise.
Run tests on different browsers, to ensure that your web application is fully tested across different platforms.
Update test URLs anytime your web application changes, & fix broken tests, and easily add and remove test actions.
Simple steps to install and organize your tests into folders and tags to keep track of your tests.
Get notifications when your tests fail or encounter an error, and stay informed of any issues with your web application.
Debug your tests by jumping ot tests. View test execution history. Access browser logs & console output.
24/7 with a real person for additional guidance and assistance, including documentation, and tutorials.
Get detailed reports on the results of your every test, Export & share reports with your team to rectify them instantly.
Automate your testing workflow and integrate it with your favorite tools, platforms, and processes.
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- No coding required
- Object recognition
- Test scheduling
- Compatibility with multiple browsers
- Testing on multiple operating systems
- Responsive design testing
- Functionality testing
- Performance testing
- Security testing
- Test data management
- Data validation