At a Glance
This article provides resources for how to approach accessibility while planning your tests.
Accessibility is about ensuring that all users can access the products and services that your company makes available to them. Some organizations are required by law to ensure the accessibility of their products and services. Laws in your locale may vary (see the United States rules about accessibility here).
No one team is responsible for accessibility, as it requires collaboration among product, development, and design. Testing and evaluation of accessibility is a multifaceted process, too—including code reviews and design reviews.
Please note, we do not currently offer a formal program or product to comprehensively test or ensure accessibility compliance. We encourage customers to consult the following resources for a sampling of organizations that specialize in helping others meet accessibility requirements and compliance.
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