Web Application Design & Testing II
This is Part II (5 instruction days) of a (10) ten-day instructor led course that is provided in a virtual classroom. The course teaches web accessibility development and testing utilizing industry best practices, methodologies and the requirements of the W3C's WCAG 2.1 Success Criteria. This class covers the advanced part of the web accessibility course. The materials covered include but not limited to: proper use of ARIA roles and properties, form error validation and presentation and the correction process, alerts and statuses, landmarks, assistive technology content exposure methods, simple and composite widgets design considerations and implications, etc.
Students will join an ongoing (10) ten-day class on day 6 and are expected to adjust quickly to the pace. Materials covered will include illustrating examples, exercises and quizzes. Students are encouraged to participate in the in-class exercises and complete the take-home projects. All testing will use testing tools such as COMPLYFirst Element-V that expose the programmatic structures, properties, and values essential to making a good assessment of a components compliance level as presented to assistive technologies.
At the completion of this class, the student is expected to score exceedingly high on the Odellus Web Accessibility Subject Matter Expert Certification exam. This exam is mandatory if the student is an Odellus job placement candidate.
This course is a requirement for the Odellus Web Accessibility Subject Matter Expert Certification, and prepares you for the requisite exam.
This class is provided via the internet; therefore, some essential resources should be in-place before the start date. All setup instructions will be provided upon registration.