Digital Accessibility from a Quality Assurance Perspective

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Jason Drake

Drawing from six years of QA experience, including extensive digital accessibility testing, Jason brings valuable insights into desktop web, mobile web, and mobile app accessibility projects.

While his recent focus has shifted towards digital accessibility consultancy, Jason's unwavering passion for Quality Assurance ensures accessibility remains framed within the broader context of software quality.

Don't miss this opportunity to explore how QA principles can drive digital accessibility excellence, creating inclusive digital experiences for all users!

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Join Jason Drake, Lead Accessibility Tester at CTG Canada, for a webinar journey into the realm of digital accessibility from a quality assurance (QA) perspective. With a focus on ensuring that digital products are usable by individuals with disabilities, this session explores the pivotal role QA plays in achieving, maintaining, and improving high levels of accessibility for websites and mobile apps.

Topics include:

  • Understanding Accessibility Requirements as Acceptance Criteria.
  • Investing in Accessibility Skills & Knowledge.
  • Integrating Accessibility into the Software Development Lifecycle.
  • Strategies for Maintaining & Improving Accessibility.

Why is it highly necessary to attend this webinar?

16% of the adult population - approximately 6 million Canadians - live with cognitive, motor, visual, or auditory disabilities. People with disabilities do not have the same ease of navigating an application or website. The goal of our testing expert is to ensure that the product is accessible and usable by all of your customers, including those with disabilities.


  • Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) : Private or non-profit organizations with more than 50 employees and all public sector organizations must make their website and web content compliant with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AA by January 1, 2021.
  • The federal law in Canada is called the ACA, or Accessible Canada Act, and it requires WCAG 2.1 AA compliance for federal government entities and sectors overseen or controlled by the federal government.

Increase the number of users, better referencing (SEO) (the algorithm takes this criterion into account to increase the SEO of a site), site and app optimization, higher conversion rate.

About CTG:
CTG accelerates digital transformation with cutting-edge Quality Assurance and testing services, addressing challenges across industries. Our solutions enhance technology and business agility using the latest tools and methodologies.

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