Assistive technology (AT) is any device, software, or equipment used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of people with disabilities. Examples of assistive technologies include screen readers, voice recognition software, reading assistants, and switch devices that replace the need to use a keyboard or mouse..
Assistive Technology (AT) testing involves website-level technical analysis and functional usability testing (manual testing) conducted by AudioEye regular and certified AT testers. AudioEye digital accessibility experts manually test client digital content using screen readers, including JAWS, NVDA, and Voiceover, with their compatible browsers for desktop and mobile web. Our experts, with and without disabilities, also use simulation and alternative navigation techniques to ensure maximum website functionality. An example of alternative navigation is testing your website using a keyboard only to ensure compliance.
Read more about the importance of this manual testing to ensure website compliance.