Accessibility Resources

UT Austin Disability Resources Site

This site gathers disability resources on campus.

Self Service Testing Tools

axe Browser Extension

Looking for immediate accessibility gratification? You can start your testing in a matter of minutes with our free axe browser extensions for Chrome and Firefox or native mobile apps.

Colour Contrast Analyser by the Paciello Group

The Colour Contrast Analyser (CCA) helps you determine the legibility of text and the contrast of visual elements, such as graphical controls and visual indicators.

WAVE Browser Extensions

WAVE is developed and made available as a free community service by WebAIM. Originally launched in 2001, WAVE has been used to evaluate the accessibility of millions of web pages.

The WAVE Chrome and Firefox extensions allows you to evaluate web content for accessibility issues directly within Chrome and Firefox browsers. Because the extension runs entirely within your web browser, no information is sent to the WAVE server. This ensures 100% private and secure accessibility reporting. The extension can check intranet, password-protected, dynamically generated, or sensitive web pages. Also, because the WAVE extension evaluates the rendered version of your page, locally displayed styles and dynamically-generated content from scripts or AJAX can be evaluated.

Color Contrast Analyzer for Chrome

This Chrome extension allows you to analyze text color contrast problems on a web page according to the WCAG 2 color contrast requirements.


Accessibility in the News

Microassist's newsletter sections include a compilation of accessibility information including: articles and blogs, conferences and training, job announcements, and a listing of accessibility resource pages.

Accessibility Now News

International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) monthly newsletter providing you with a digest of curated news clips that highlight issues and developments affecting the accessibility industry.


Knowbility, Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas and an award-winning leader in accessible information technology.

Each year we directly serve more than 1,000 people through our OpenAIR program and our training and consulting services.

Law Office of Lainey Feingold

Lainey represents disabled people seeking full participation in all society has to offer.

Her principal work is with the blind and visually impaired community on technology and information access issues, including web and mobile accessibility.