About 20% of the global population suffers from some form of disability and a large part of the World Wide Web (~97%) is not accessible to them. Infosys Accessibility Testing Tool (iATT) is a web application that addresses this issue and enables enterprises to plan their web accessibility strategy while fulfilling legal, economic, as well as corporate social responsibility. The tool, recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), helps enterprises charter into a territory that has remained predominantly untouched over the years, thereby increasing the company’s reach and its user base, along with attaining better compliance to governmental regulations.
The iATT strives for an accessible website and an inclusive enterprise. By enabling the users with different needs to perform activities efficiently, it increases a website’s customer reach and brand loyalty. The tool checks the accessibility quotient of PDF documents and leverages built-in intelligence based on accessibility parameters for HTML elements as well as contextual semantic content in the webpages to analyze the accessibility rules and crawling of webpages. iATT also checks for web accessibility compliance to W3C standards such as WCAG 1.0, WCAG 2.0, WCAG 2.1 as well as country-specific accessibility requirements like Section 508 of US, DDA of Australia, DDA of UK, ADA of the US, AODA of Canada, etc. Based on this assessment, it provides a comprehensive report along with recommendations.
iATT validates web pages on W3C HTML coding standards. It also analyses the webpage for broken links, inaccessible images/links, and no-alt images. Online scans are done with live URLs and offline scans with HTML/PDF files
Multiple reporting options like HTML overlay, Excel, and PDF reports are included, targeting business users and developers. Code Snippets are added in reports to help trace the issues
iATT features a web accessibility plugin that can be utilized via a Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) tool. It also supports single page and depth scan for all levels
The tool features a separate module for browser extensions, which when installed in the browser, helps users perform accessibility assessment for websites