End-to-End Accessibility Testing
Technology and services to support High Velocity Accessibility
How does Deque stand out?
We literally wrote the book on Agile Accessibility
Our testing toolkit fits right into your existing toolchain
Our accessibility experts support any testing strategy
Accessibility isn’t a feature, it’s a requirement
Digital accessibility is now a requirement for legal compliance, customer engagement, competitive advantage, and corporate success. Like security or performance, it’s a critical part of your digital business.
So, how do your design and development teams–who are already moving at top speed and taking on more every day–add accessibility testing without upsetting agile and DevOps processes.
Deque has combined the technology and methodology that solves this challenge. We call it High Velocity Accessibility.
We’re the only accessibility company that fully embraces DevOps
Our unique approach to testing for accessibility is supported by our methodology and our technology. Our experts understand agile development principles and our axe toolkit is designed to support the principles of flow, feedback, as well as continual learning and experimentation.
Let’s practice sustainable digital accessibility together by shifting-left and integrating into your existing test practices.
How does Deque provide end-to-end testing?
Catch the majority of accessibility issues automatically. Use our linter, browser extension or APIs to squash accessibility bugs in development.Learn about axe DevTools
Functional Testing & Quality Assurance
Extend your coverage with clear, efficient manual testing for advanced issues.Learn about axe Auditor
Dynamically scan, monitor and report on the accessibility status of your digital assets, including interactive business flows.Learn about axe Monitor
Accessibility solutions for your environment of choice
In our world we know that infosec is not an infosec job, just like an office job is not an office job, just like accessibility is not the accessibility groups job, it’s everyone’s job.”
— Gene Kim WSJ Bestselling Author & DevOps Leader
Having tools that allow you to automate the scans and integrate them into your build process helps a lot because you don’t have to rely on somebody remembering to do it as part of your release process– it just happens automatically.”
— Bob Andreasen Executive Director of Software Quality Assurance, Harland Clarke