Karmen Knezevic has over 10 years of IT experience with a strong emphasis on Quality Management and Acceptance Test-Driven Development (ATDD). She currently works as a Senior QA Analyst at Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) where she leads all QA activities from conception through delivery and maintenance. Prior to joining the public sector, Karmen worked in the private sector assisting in the delivery of world-class software. In addition to a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Ottawa, Karmen holds a Masters Certification in Business Analysis from Sprott School of Business and an ISTQB®BCS CTFL Certificate.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
The internet era continues to transform the way we consume information in our personal and professional lives. Mobile devices and cross-platform content delivery services reach an exponentially growing user base from all demographics. However, the vast majority of web content remains partially or completely inaccessible by people with disabilities or aging-related conditions. For example, vision and hearing difficulties present tremendous barriers for interacting with the internet. In response, governments around the globe are beginning to introduce web accessibility legislation demanding a more accessible user experience for government and certain privately-owned internet sites. As a tester, are you ready for this change? Are you familiar with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)? Do you have a plan to test for accessibility compliance? Is your organization’s public content accessible with assistive technology? Join this session to hear more about cost-effective testing strategies, tools, and techniques to achieve success in web accessibility compliance for your organization.
- Learn new web accessibility testing strategies,
- Become familiar with assistive technology
- Discover techniques to achieve success in web accessibility