Making the Business Case for Accessibility
In today’s digital world, accessibility is not just a legal requirement but also a smart business decision. By prioritizing accessibility, companies can tap into a significant market opportunity and gain a competitive advantage. With over 1 billion people with disabilities worldwide, making products and services accessible can open doors to sell to more customers, including those with disabilities. Additionally, creating accessible products and services can help companies compete in sectors like banking and government, where procurement gatekeepers deny purchases of products that fall short on accessibility. In this article, we will discuss how accessibility can drive growth and help in making the business case for accessibility. You can also get a high-level overview of the basics of accessibility testing by viewing this video.
Preparing yourself for the Covid Vaccination!
The COVID‑19 vaccine was developed to provide acquired immunity against COVID‑19. The research that was ongoing around developing vaccines for SARS and MERS helped to accelerate the COVID‑19 vaccine. Many governments across the world have approved the emergency usage of Covid Vaccines. In addition to this, there are fifty more vaccines that are undergoing different phases of the trial. In most countries, the current vaccination phase covers frontline workers in healthcare, police, etc., and senior citizens. The article will help you understand the things you need to know about the new COVID-19 vaccination program.
Selecting the Right Automation Approach
The quality engineering team has a crucial role in improving the time to market for services and products and ensuring customer delight. Architects have been developing new practices to automate the life cycle processes to reduce test cycle time and improve product quality. Scriptless test automation is one such practice that is an alternative to the traditional automation, which was programming language-dependent. The adoption rate of Scriptless frameworks has improved in the last couple of years, but there are still apprehensions around its capabilities.