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We are thrilled to announce that Accessible Minds has been named an Associate Corporate Partner of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP).
Welcome to Accessible Minds
According to W H O, 215 million people across the world have some sort of vision impairment. This number is expected to rise to 588 million by the year 2050. 23% of people with disabilities never go online as 90% of the websites are inaccessible for people who rely on Assistive technology.
With our exclusive effort, we are making the internet inclusive to allow everyone enjoys the benefits of this World Wide Web. It is essential to make sure your website, application, or document is compliant with all the required compliances like ADA, W3C, and WCAG.
Our full suite of accessibility testing solutions makes your web product accessible to everyone including 20% population with disability. Our team helps the brands to identify the weakness and issues in the digital experience from an accessible point of view and recommend suggestion to rectify all the problems instantly and best practice integration to normal operations.
At Accessible Minds we put our best feet forward to serve our clients the best possible service in accessibility. We follow pair testing method where a sighted engineer is teamed up with a non-sighted engineer to bring out accurate accessibility testing result with maximum coverage. We incorporate manual and automated testing to find out the glitches and finally we suggest the remediation so that we get the high-standard accessible products.
DHS Trusted Testers
All the engineers of Accessible Minds are Trusted Tester Certified by the Department of the Homeland Securities. The Trusted Tester Certification Program is a manual testing strategy that adheres to the ICT Testing Baseline and yields reliable and repeatable conformance test results. The DHS Trusted Tester Process is supported by official training and certification in accessibility testing. There is roughly 70+ hours of education and a challenging certification exam included in the certification requirements. The person who passes the test is given a credential number by DHS, becomes a Trusted Tester, and is qualified to carry out TTv5 conformance checks. It ensures high quality accessibility service from us.