Are you looking for a software tester that understands the importance of accessibility? The diverse team at Iterators LLC is offering their unique expertise to ensure that your programs will work for everyone!
In the age of information, access to digital spaces can be more valuable than gold, and there’s no one for whom this holds more true than the people who build and run those spaces. Every glitch and design flaw in your website or app could mean that you lose a customer or miss an opportunity.
That is why Iterators, a software testing and validation company, has made accessibility a core tenant of their business by investing in neurodiverse and disabled team members who ensure that no one is excluded from the digital spaces we all share.
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In honor of International Braille Day, the company’s most recent improvement to its accessibility services has come in the form of two top-of-the-line braille devices to aid in their work for the Library of Congress. The addition of these new braille displays to the Iterators testing team will grant visually impaired employees greater access and input to the company's digital assets and projects, so they can bring you thoroughly tested and optimized accessibility features.
Braille devices allow visually impaired individuals to easily access and read electronic documents, websites, and even code. These devices transcribe digital spaces through refreshable braille displays, raising and lowering dots to form braille characters that you can read by touch. Though these devices can be costly, Iterators is adamant that the diverse perspectives and skills that such accommodations bring to their testing process are well worth the expense.
As more and more of our work enters the digital domain, the unique perspectives and insights of the visually impaired have been increasingly excluded. According to the American Foundation for the Blind (AFB), unemployment rates peaked at over 60% in the past decade, nearly tripling the unemployment rate of those without any disability.
Iterators sees this lack of workplace diversity not only as a failure to support our most vulnerable populations but as a major impediment to improving the quality of our digital lives. As a software testing company, they maintain that their core tenets of diversity, equity, and inclusion have been indispensable in establishing the quality of service upon which clients like the Library of Congress have come to depend.
Especially when testing and implementing accessibility features, Iterators prioritizes the direct involvement of individuals who benefit from such features, so you get direct, qualified feedback about what works and what doesn’t. This kind of representation in the testing process can make the difference between a clumsily designed feature, and one that truly ensures equitable access to your websites and services.
Iterators is confident that the acquisition of new braille devices will be equally beneficial to their visually impaired employees and to the quality of your software testing, as they continue to credit their rigorous testing standards to the diverse perspectives and experience brought to the table by employees of all backgrounds and abilities.
A spokesperson for the company shared their dream of building a more equitable world “by ensuring that all individuals, regardless of disability, can access their Information Communication Technology.”
Visit https://iteratorstesting.com to learn more about how Iterators’ diversity initiatives bring you the highest quality software testing services!