I am very excited about the new 30 Days of Accessibility Testing Challenge. First of all because I am very passionate about the web accessibility and I think it’s great that testers will learn more about it. Second reason is that I contributed to the creation of this challenge. The interesting thing is that I still plan on participating and learning new things during this month. The two ways I see that I can learn are:
- Reading what other testers report during the challenge. I am sure I’ll found new things I’ve never thought about.
- I am going to challenge myself not to use my first quick answers just to complete a task, but rather find something new I didn’t know before.
I will be updating this blog (possibly even this same blog post) as I progress with this challenge.
You are all invited to follow and share what you learn during this challenge.
And of course I will also be available if anyone needs my assistance.
Wishing all of us an enriching experience learning about accessibility testing.
I did not officially launch this blog yet. It is supposed to be a blog about many different aspects of web accessibility. And it will be in Hebrew (with a plan to make it bi lingual one day). So I will be using this platform for my challenge reports in English, but just in case you wondered why it’s not all in English or without posts yet, that’s the reason.