Joys of Native app testing

Presented at 2:30pm in Virtual Room 1 on Monday, November 15, 2021.

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Speaker(s)

  • Naveesha Maharaj
  • Oscar Pata, Senior Accessibiltiy Consultant, Deque

Session Details

  • Length of Session: 3-hr
  • Format: Bring-your-own Device Workshop: iPhone or Android Device
  • Expertise Level: Beginner
  • Type of session: Pre-conference

Summary

How to test on native iOS and Android providing comparisons between the two devices, techniques used and common scenarios.

Abstract

Native app testing is not your average web or mobile web assessment, in fact, there are many test strategies that apply to each device and expected outcomes that differ heavily from regular web testing. In this session we will demonstrate where to begin, techniques used and common scenarios/misconceptions we face when it comes to native app testing, tools available and a comparison between both devices

Keypoints

  1. How to begin native app testing on iOS and Android
  2. How to handle testing/recommendations between iOS and android and common native app scenario
  3. What is not covered in native app testing and why

Disability Areas

All Areas

Topic Areas

Other, Uncategorized

Speaker Bio(s)

Naveesha Maharaj

Oscar Pata

Senior Accessibility Consultant for over 10 years working with organizations such as Deque, Brightworks, AMI and many more. Skilled heavily on web, mobile and native app accessibility ensuring clients are producing not only compliant content but usable as well. Oscar has worked in Digital Accessibility as a SharePoint professional with a strong background in hand-coded, standards compliance, accessible HTML and CSS. His experience with small, medium, and large size websites for both internal and public consumption allows him to thrive on the creative process that technology is so often used for. In his current role as a Senior Accessibility Consultant, Oscar provides accessibility audits, usability assessments and training. Promoting accessibility awareness & services to organizations within Canada and the US as well as volunteering for special needs events keeps him on his toes.