Automation testing for digital accessibility.​

The only automation testing tool for accessible usability testing.

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Key Features

Voice Tech Testing.

Ensuring your product is compatible with assistive technologies.

No Code.

Allowing you to execute critical accessibility tests easily.

Seamless Integration.

Work with your existing testing tools for continuous integration.

Instant Remediation.

Real time suggestions for code remediation

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Introduce automation testing for accessibility as early as CI/CD.

Execute critical tests for accessibility EARLY in the development cycle to decrease your cost and increase your time to market.

How It Works.

Record.

Create automation testing scripts to test user flows.

Test.

Execute usability tests for accessibility in minutes.

Remediate.

Pre-production debugging saves time and money.

Maintain.

Regression testing helps to monitor the status.

The time is NOW.

Integrate automation testing for accessibility into your existing work environments

Import your existing QA automated tests and transform them into web accessibility tests in minutes. By using your existing scripts, your web accessibility testing is more efficient and less time consuming.

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The future of automation testing for digital accessibility is SenseIT.

SenseIT offers an automated testing platform to test accessible usability of your client flows creating an ongoing accessibility testing process within your organization. 

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Despite having good unit test coverage and automated end-to-end functional tests, a full manual regression of the UI, covering multiple operating systems, web browsers, screen resolutions, and localizations, took days to complete.

Back at the time, there were plenty of excellent commercial and open-source tools that allowed you to test the functionality of your app through the UI, but there were no tools that allowed you to automatically test the look & feel and user experience of your app. That is, verifying that each UI element in each page appears in the right color, shape, position, and size, and that it does not overlap or hide other UI elements.

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Despite having good unit test coverage and automated end-to-end functional tests, a full manual regression of the UI, covering multiple operating systems, web browsers, screen resolutions, and localizations, took days to complete.

Back at the time, there were plenty of excellent commercial and open-source tools that allowed you to test the functionality of your app through the UI, but there were no tools that allowed you to automatically test the look & feel and user experience of your app. That is, verifying that each UI element in each page appears in the right color, shape, position, and size, and that it does not overlap or hide other UI elements.

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