Get paid to share your accessibility issues with companies that care

Fable is powered by people with disabilities, and we need your power. Ever leave a website because it was too hard to navigate? Because it was missing button labels? Because it didn’t respond to voice commands? Us too. Earn money (from home!) to share your feedback on websites and apps and work with companies that care. 

Become An Accessibility Tester

Get paid to share your accessibility issues with companies that care

Fable is powered by people with disabilities, and we need your power. Ever leave a website because it was too hard to navigate? Because it was missing button labels? Because it didn’t respond to voice commands? Us too. Earn money (from home!) to share your feedback on websites and apps and work with companies that care. 

Become An Accessibility Tester

What do we do?

User testing

On the Fable platform, we analyze web and mobile experiences with diverse users. Products should be able to customize according to any user on any device, and our feedback helps companies do exactly that.

Co-design

Through meetings, we work together with companies to design accessible products from the get go. Whether it’s giving advice on an early design prototype or information architecture, some partners are eager for our input as early as possible.

Create content

As a community, we co-author content to support Fable’s partners. This can involve sharing your expertise about your assistive technology, trends in the accessibility space, or even your booklist!

How do I become a Tester?

In addition to flexible work, fair pay, and a great learning opportunity, you’ll have a chance to work with people from across North America as part of Fable’s community! 

Step 1: Create an account

Are you interested in building cool products, want some part-time/full-time/contract work, or simply want to meet new people? Create an account and verify it by email. 

Step 2: Tell us about yourself

Share a little bit about yourself like what type of work you’re looking for and what type of assistive technology you use. 

Step 3: Let’s connect!

A Fable team member will email you to discuss accessibility testing opportunities. Have your questions answered and try out a sample test. 

Why join Fable’s community?

“It gives me flexibility to work when I can and it helps me avoid long commutes to and from work.” – Richard Marion

Flexible work

We want to make earning income easier for you. You choose what type of project you want to work on, how many hours you’d like to work, and where you’d like to work from.

Fair pay

Fable’s community is filled with people from diverse backgrounds and lifestyles, who are excited to build cool digital experiences. Join the community and network with some inspiring folks!

Growth opportunities

You’ll get to be part of a team that contributes to all parts of the business, while also learning new things in an open, accepting and supportive environment.

Why join Fable’s community?

“It gives me flexibility to work when I can and it helps me avoid long commutes to and from work.” – Richard Marion

Flexible work

We want to make earning income easier for you. You choose what type of project you want to work on, how many hours you’d like to work, and where you’d like to work from.

Fair pay

Fable’s community is filled with people from diverse backgrounds and lifestyles, who are excited to build cool digital experiences. Join the community and network with some inspiring folks!

Growth opportunities

You’ll get to be part of a team that contributes to all parts of the business, while also learning new things in an open, accepting and supportive environment.

Lynette Frison

Lynette Frison is the Community Manager at Fable, a leading accessibility testing platform powered by people with disabilities. Lynette has worked in the fields of accessibility and customer service for 21 years. Lynette is a totally blind screen reader user, and has been using assistive technology since the age of 10. She believes inclusive design and accessibility in the digital world are crucial to the success and happiness of persons with disabilities.

Lynette, who has long brown hair and is smiling
Lynette, who has long brown hair and is smiling

Lynette Frison

Lynette Frison is the Community Manager at Fable, a leading accessibility testing platform powered by people with disabilities. Lynette has worked in the fields of accessibility and customer service for 21 years. Lynette is a totally blind screen reader user, and has been using assistive technology since the age of 10. She believes inclusive design and accessibility in the digital world are crucial to the success an