The field of frontend development is in another crisis, largely due to an incomplete, misinterpreted definition and a bizarre mess created by “web development as a commodity” and “web development as software development.” This blog post is all about how frontend development ismore than development, and what we can (and maybe should) do.
There are lots of ways to test your website for accessibility issues. Services, software packages, even human testing companies. They all have their place and often a test with real people is the best thing to do. However, for a quick, preliminary test you don’t need to install anything or pay for a service. Browsers come with developer tools built-in and these have great accessibility testing features.