A proposed architecture for integrating accessibility test tools

@article{Englefield2005APA,
  title={A proposed architecture for integrating accessibility test tools},
  author={Paul Englefield and Claire Paddison and Mark Tibbits and Iska Damani},
  journal={IBM Systems Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={44},
  pages={537-556}
}
P. Englefield C. Paddison M. Tibbits I. Damani Automated test tools are an essential resource for practitioners responsible for evaluating the accessibility of Web sites. However, both systematic analysis of tool capabilities and practitioner feedback have identified a range of practical issues that mar the effectiveness of existing tools. In practice, although automated test tools need to be used in combination to give good coverage, their lack of consistent user experience and their diverse… CONTINUE READING

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