Our Disability-Focused Usability Testers
WeCo hand-selects, trains and manages a team of disability-focused usability Testers who receive our exclusive training. Experts are living with one or more disability when they come to us, our training makes them uniquely qualified to advise you on their unique digital usability needs.
What is disability-focused usability testing?
Watch our short video on YouTube and find out how WeCo Testers can help ensure your website or software is accessible, beyond a dashboard or checklist.
Want to become a WeCo Disability-Focused Usability Tester? Learn more or contact us!
WeCo’s Usability Testing Excellence: Our Career Path Testers
The Certified Test Consultants featured on this page are just part of our team. They have achieved excellence in their usability testing careers and have earned a place on the Digital Accessibility by WeCo’s Testing Career Path by completing specific requirements for advancement.
Usability Testers: Senior Certified Test Consultants
Internally called, Senior CTCs, this is the first level of advancement. Reserved exclusively for our usability testers who have demonstrated consistent mastery of their testing skills over time.
Usability Testers: Lead and Principal Certified Test Consultants
Lead Certified Test Consultants: Lead CTC is the second level of advancement and is reserved for usability testers who have demonstrated testing excellence and an “over and above” dedication to their work. They are often called upon to mentor new Testers and are the viewed as WeCo Certified Test Team leaders.
Principal Certified Test Consultants: Principal CTCs have reached the pinnacle of usability testing excellence at our company. Repeatedly called upon by our clients for their meticulous attention to detail and exacting feedback, Principals raise the bar for all of WeCo’s Certified Test Consultants.
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What types of disabilities do WeCo Testers represent?
WeCo’s Certified Testers include individuals who live with one or more of the four primary types of disabilities, which may impact computer use and are recognized by the US Government:
- Cognitive: disabilities that impact how people take in information. These may/may not be described as neurodivergent. Examples: Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder, clinical depression, traumatic brain injury and memory disorders.
- Hearing: disabilities that impact a person’s auditory experience. Examples: hard-of-hearing and deafness.
- Mobility: disabilities that impact how a person is able to use their hands in order to access computers, tablets and phones. Examples: spinal cord injuries, Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis and Cerebral Palsy.
- Sight: disabilities that impact a person’s ability to take in information visually. Examples: blindness, color blindness and low or limited vision.