1. What
    1. Standarts
      1. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
        1. 4 principles
          1. Perceivable
          2. Can I consume content on my site in different ways?
          3. Operable
          4. Can the site function without confusion and without the use of a mouse or complex interactions?
          5. Understandable
          6. Can a user understand how the user interface of the site functions and the information on the site?
          7. Robust
          8. Can different assistive devices (screen readers, for example) understand the website?
        2. Rating
          1. A
          2. AA
          3. AAA
          4. is the minimum level that must be meet
      2. ISO 9241-171 – Guidance on software accessibility
    2. Accessibility is the term which refers to the accessibility of any software system to people without or with physical disability or impairments
      1. Visual Impairments
        1. Color blindness, low vision, complete or partial blindness etc
      2. Hearing Disabilities
        1. Hyperacusis, Deafness etc
      3. Learning Disabilities
        1. Dyslexia
      4. Cognitive Impairments
        1. Autism or any kind of head injury
      5. Deftness, paralysis, cerebral palsy etc
      6. Think about temporary disability
        1. mother with a child in her arms
        2. cook in gloves
        3. bright sun
        4. Some notes about PERSONAS using 5W2H
          1. https://www.xmind.net/m/reXaxD/
    3. Accessibility Testing is the subset of Usability Testing
      1. Accessibility is the degree to which a product or system can be used by people with the widest range of characteristics and capabilities to achieve a specified goal in a specified context of use ([ISTQB_GLOSSARY])
  2. Why
    1. to create a app where users with disabilities can achieve goals
    2. to focus on the users’ goals, not on disabilities
    3. Legal requirements
    4. Organizational requirements
    5. The number of users with disabilities in the target groups for the software product
  3. Who
    1. UX specialist
    2. designers
    3. analytics
    4. developers
    5. testers
    6. users
  4. Where
    1. your apps
      1. testing the code
      2. testing the DOM (Web)
      3. testing in the browser (Web)
    2. UХ laboratory
  5. When
    1. as early as possible
  6. How
    1. Let's Test
      1. Alternatives
        1. Image text alternatives ("alt text") (pictures, illustrations, charts, etc.)
        2. Screen Readers
        3. Multimedia (video, audio)
        4. Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA)
      2. Interaction
        1. Keyboard access and visual focus
          1. Tab button
          2. Tab Order
        2. Forms, labels, and errors (including Search fields)
      3. Text
        1. Headings
        2. Contrast ratio ("color contrast")
        3. Resize Text
      4. General
        1. Moving, Flashing, or Blinking Content
    2. Think about special equipment
    3. Use tools and automation
      1. sourses
        1. https://dynomapper.com/blog/27-accessibility-testing/246-top-25-awesome-accessibility-testing-tools-for-websites
        2. https://www.softwaretestinghelp.com/accessibility-testing-tools/
        3. https://www.digitala11y.com/open-source-accessibility-tools/
        4. https://www.guru99.com/accessibility-testing.html
        5. https://testguild.com/accessibility-testing-tools-automation/
        6. https://www.mediacurrent.com/blog/5-website-accessibility-checkers
      2. Some useful browser extensions for Software Testing
        1. https://www.xmind.net/m/Dg9jhy/
  7. How many
    1. find the right balance
  8. Sources
    1. https://uxknowledgebase.com/accessibility-e98a00c71dc7
    2. https://webaim.org/articles/userperspective/
    3. https://www.w3.org/WAI/WCAG21/quickref/
    4. https://www.w3.org/WAI/fundamentals/accessibility-intro/
    5. https://downloads.ctfassets.net/ut4a3ciohj8i/6XyOMwoWMA4FvfnHkTaMvT/5dd6cddf6d26f489b2ff1bb4425cb76b/100802_96370657_Adrin_Bolonio_Testing_Web_Accessibility.pdf
    6. https://www.istqb.org/downloads/send/58-usability-testing-documents/234-usability-testing-specialist-fl-syllabus.html