Practical WCAG Conformance Testing: Success Criteria, Testing Techniques, and Best Practices
The “Practical WCAG Conformance Testing: Success Criteria, Testing Techniques, and Best Practices” course is designed to provide participants with hands-on experience in conducting effective and practical accessibility testing following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
In this course, participants will dive deep into the WCAG success criteria, gaining a thorough understanding of the accessibility requirements that web content must meet. They will learn how to interpret the WCAG guidelines and apply them to real-world scenarios, ensuring their websites and digital products are accessible to all users, including those with disabilities.
Participants will also explore various testing techniques and methodologies specifically tailored for WCAG conformance testing. They will learn how to systematically evaluate web content for accessibility issues, employing both automated tools and manual testing approaches. The course will cover key topics such as keyboard navigation, screen reader compatibility, color contrast, form accessibility, and more.
Throughout the course, participants will encounter real-world examples and case studies that highlight common accessibility failures and best practices. They will develop the skills to identify and remediate accessibility issues, gaining the ability to create an inclusive user experience for diverse audiences.
By the end of the course, participants will have a solid understanding of WCAG success criteria, comprehensive knowledge of practical testing techniques, and familiarity with best practices for ensuring web accessibility. They will be equipped with the tools and techniques needed to conduct WCAG conformance testing efficiently, making their digital content accessible to all users and complying with accessibility standards.