Category Archives: Research

A “Global Top 10” isn’t your Top Ten

Recently there’s been a bit of a kerfuffle over a LinkedIn article purporting to have done extensive analysis on accessibility across the web in an attempt to create a “Top 10 List” of priorities. There were many strong and negative reactions to the article and I took them to task on my own site for […]

US Presidential Candidate Websites and Accessibility: Winners and Losers

A few weeks ago, we decided to take a poke around at some presidential candidate’s websites. What we found was nothing short of surprising, so we wanted to share some of what we found. To perform this analysis, we used Tenon.io (that’s us, of course) to analyze all public facing URLs of each candidate’s site. […]

Issue Density as a performance indicator

High-quality software is not expensive. High-quality software is faster and cheaper to build and maintain than low-quality software, from initial development all the way through total cost of ownership. Capers Jones One of the challenges posed by using an automated testing tool is dealing with issue volume and issues out of context. In the former […]

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 […]