Website Testing

"With some websites and some apps there is too much information because we’re listening to everything and taking everything in”
Accessible Software User


This workshop will introduce the concept of website conformance testing against WCAG standards. We will focus on the best techniques to use when testing websites for accessibility, the purpose of all Level A and AA success criteria, and how to approach both manual and automated accessibility testing.


  • Web Developers

  • Application programmers

  • Quality Assurance Testers

  • UX Designers

  • Content Designers


  • 3.5 hours (including short breaks)

Number of participants: 

  • Up to 12

Workshop Objective

  • Understand how to use WCAG in your approach to website conformance testing at the beginning of your projects

  • Have an overview of how WCAG 2.1 standards are expected to be used across websites

  • Learn how combine user testing with automated techniques to efficiently evaluate your websites

In this workshop you will learn

  • To confidently access and understand the WCAG 2.1 structure and conformance levels

  • How to use WCAG documentation to support you with your testing

  • To understand how people with disabilities use computers

  • A range of approaches to testing strategies, such as manual, automation and a combination of the two

  • How to build a testing strategy that embeds accessibility at the core

  • How to evaluate a website against WCAG 2.1 A and AA success criteria

  • What assistive technology testing tools are available and effective

  • How to report, prioritise and communicate accessibility issues with your team/partners

  • Best practices for testing techniques for websites.

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About Invotra Consulting

Invotra is passionate about helping organisations to achieve a great experience for 100% of users. For over 5 years, Invotra has been solving communications and collaborations challenges for the public sector, currently supplying services to over 47% of UK civil servants as well as local authorities and ALBS.

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