AccessLint finds accessibility issues in your GitHub PRs

AccessLint brings automated web accessibility testing into your development workflow. When a pull request is opened, AccessLint reviews the changes and comments with any new accessibility issues, giving you quick, timely, and targeted feedback, before code goes live.




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Nathaniel Blackburn@itsnblackburn · UI Engineer
Great idea but vastly overpriced for what it is.
Cameron CundiffMaker@ckundo
Thanks @itsnblackburn! I hear what you're saying. Some thoughts: Accessibility consulting engagements are super expensive, and it's a shame when they get bogged down in the kinds of low hanging issues that we catch with AccessLint. For example, hiring a consultant to identify random labeling issues, fixing the issues, and deploying to production, could cost you in time as much as a year's subscription to AccessLint, which would catch many issues before they impacted users. AccessLint is also *free for Open Source projects* and we're working on free trials for private projects, so that folks can more easily decide if it's worth it to them.
Nathaniel Blackburn@itsnblackburn · UI Engineer
@ckundo Anyone can set a high price but it doesn't mean it's worth that. Even then the overheads with consulting doesn't exist with you and would be willing to wager that you would attract a lot more attention both to you and accessibility in general which is what we all want. Simply acknowledging the importance of accessibility which most still don't, will have most issues fixed. Like i said, it's a fantastic idea and would want to get into as many peoples hands as possible. Having a private repo doesn't mean you have deep pockets.