Systems and Software - Products, Development and Consultancy
WebÞing Technical Director and Valet developer Nick Kew has numerous interests in Web QA and Accessibility. He serves on the Evaluation and Repair Working Group of the W3C, and Valet was the world's first software to support EARL in a fully automatic system. He is a member of the Web Design Group, the W3C Validator team, and the newly-formed W3C QA Development team.
Site Valet is the leading online toolkit for Web Developers, featuring
as well as Enterprise Edition (total QA for corporate networks) and Desktop Tools for developers.
Site Valet and WebThing's wide range of Quality Assurance Tools have
set the standard to aspire to. Very impressive work, from a very
impressive company. - Terje Bless, lead developer of the
We have deployed WebThing's Valet technology on corporate sites
to provide instant, automated checks and reports on consistency,
quality and conformance, and are very satisfied with the results.
- Simon Brooke, Weft Technology Ltd.
I've always liked SP's parse tree, but I was never going to
convince the staff to use W3C's version. The new Page Valet is
very easy on the eye, whilst keeping the [X|SG]ML correctness
we'd expect from WebThing. Great. - Calum I Mac Leod,
The absolute best real validator I know of. Nothing bad said about
Gerald, Terje and their W3 Validator, it works as it is supposed to do.
But as always, things can be made better from the users standpoint,
and that is what Nick has spent time on. His online tools are all worth
a visit, and high marks for quality. - Jan Roland Eriksson,
CSS Pointers Group.
Now moved to apache.webthing.com.