“Pretty and accessible, it’s possible !” Join the Tanaguru team ! About us Tanaguru, Océane Consulting’s accessibility team, is looking for a web accessibility consultant and specialist. Our team is multidisciplinary : front-end and back-end developers, web accessibility consultants, US designers, all with the same goal : accessibility. This little troop is escorted by its … Continue reading Tanaguru is hiring a Web Accessibility Consultant !
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By Molika Thai, 2 March 2018
By Maéva Ecrepont, 24 October 2017
Publisher of open source accessibility assessment tool, Tanaguru expands its team ! To develop our business, we hire a Java full stack developer.You can find all our projects here https://github.com/Tanaguru and more precisely Tanaguru Engine and Tanaguru Contrast-Finder. You’ll progress within a multidisciplinary team made up of experts and experienced consultants. Curious, involved and independant, you ‘ll have to offer interesting … Continue reading Tanaguru’s team adopts a developer!
This article originally appeared in e-Access Bulletin, a free newsletter and blog on digital accessibilityBy fhalna, 14 June 2017
This article originally appeared in e-Access Bulletin, a free newsletter and blog on digital accessibility: http://www.headstar.com/eablive/ Find French translation on Tanaguru’s blogContinue the reading, This article originally appeared in e-Access Bulletin, a free newsletter and blog on digital accessibility
By Team Tanaguru, 21 October 2016
Tanaguru shares an improved, bilingual and responsive version of RGAA! The Tanaguru team daily and abundantly use RGAA, the reference document for web accessibility in France. This is available online on the official website of reference documents of french state IT shop. But we needed a more handy version, in the pocket and multilingual. So … Continue reading New site : rgaa.tanaguru.com
By aciftli, 6 September 2016
Tanaguru helps its users to check the accessibility of a Web site. Always focus on the quality of the product we add new rules and improving the existent one. Tanaguru analyse the generated source code with an instance of firefox and also analyse the css. In order to do so, it uses complex algorithms, but … Continue reading [Technical post] Getting applied styles instead of computed styles