Monthly Archives: April 2015

Accessibility at the Fortune 500 – How do they perform?

Introduction During the months of January and February I created a “Bulk Tester” for Tenon as a proof-of-concept for how one could use Tenon to do testing on a series of known URLs of a website. It has proven pretty useful to us as a research tester and has even demonstrated that Tenon is capable […]

Guest Post: Tenon.io: The Ultimate Accessibility Linter, by Joe Watkins

As a front-end developer, I sure have enjoyed adding Tenon into my workflow. I know that when I ship code that has passed through Tenon’s tests, it’s on its way to being as accessible as possible. Many professional web developers lint their JavaScript, CSS, and HTML – you can now add automated accessibility linting to […]

What makes Tenon different?

Several weeks ago, Steve Lee asked me a question: "What makes Tenon different?". My answer was, basically, the 140 characters allowed by Twitter was not enough, so go check out this video we have on the homepage. In it I talk a lot about the philosophy behind Tenon. I also have the slides from that […]