Links to tools for accessing accessbility overall, or for: viewing sites through different colourblindness filters, testing the color contrast and color brightness between foreground and background elements, or finding elements on your website or apps that could potentially induce photosensitive epileptic seizures.
Links to a series of tools for evaluating web accessibility, with sections on cognitive disabilities and screenreaders
Tool to help create subtitles for videos - either your own, or those of others that are hosted on YouTube or Vimeo.
Downloadable simulators for a variety of conditions - note: requires flash and shockwave plugins to function.
Source: W3C Web Accessibility Initiative
Simple accessibility tests to run on websites.
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