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!
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By Maéva Ecrepont, 24 October 2017
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 fhalna, 17 March 2016
For almost two years, we have been seeing an increasing number of initiatives aimed at conducting accessibility studies. The majority of these have two parts: a qualitative part and a quantitative part. The Tanaguru team is proud to see its tool used in many of these studies. Indeed, Tanaguru a quality index for the accessibility … Continue reading In France, Tanaguru is a reference for measuring the level of web accessibility
By Matthieu Faure, 7 April 2014
Stephanie Walter wrote an excellent blog post on how to create a color design respecting accessibility recommendations on contrasts : Tips to Create an Accessible and Contrasted Color Palette Off course, she mentions and uses Tanaguru Contrast-Finder, and I’m kinda proud of it This article is the one I would have loved to write; Stephanie … Continue reading Creating a color palette with accessibility in mind