How to test
Accessibility testing by its nature can only be automated in part, and as a result it is required to manually walk through the pages of the site testing against our standards.
The design and build phase of a website requires accessibility to be taken into account during the visual design, the information architecture, the template creation, the CMS setup, and the content population. The following tasks should be included in a project:
- Review templates and key pages against the Aviva accessibility guidelines
- Conduct user testing as required. This will help you to identify any accessibility problems real–world users may have
Maintaining website accessibility is an ongoing responsibility. You need to plan how your level of accessibility is to be maintained after launch, as your website develops and grows.