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Accessibility Goes Mobile: AbilityNet Webinar 26 June 2013 Accessibility Goes Mobile: AbilityNet Webinar 26 June 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • Accessibility Goes Mobile AbilityNet Accessibility Webinar Robin Christopherson Mark Walker Head of Digital Inclusion Marketing Manager @AbilityNet @usa2day
  • Welcome Robin Christopherson, Head of Digital Inclusion Mark Walker, Marketing Manager Chat box for any questions
  • It’s all about mobile Size matters - but designing for mobile means so much more…
  • Mobile Accessibility People are accessing your content in a range of environments Matt May Talks About Accessibility www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkwoFH2rmo0
  • Google Glass And environments are getting more and more extreme…
  • We’re all disabled  When it comes to using mobile devices we’re all disabled – either permanently or temporarily
  • Technically Accessible After WCAG we have Mobile Web Best Practices
  • Technically Accessible For app developers there are Android accessibility guidelines
  • Technically Accessible iOS accessibility guidelines
  • Losing on a technicality Technical accessibility doesn’t necessarily lead to a knock-out product
  • What has changed in the lab? At least 30% of AbilityNet testing is non-desktop – and rising Retrospective testing New projects, new functionality More devices More testers
  • Typical Projects Testing across platforms Testing specific features Mobile websites Apps for Android, iOS Same costs but different mix of testing
  • What’s next? Authentication Remote controls Gestures Apps for smart TV Gaming devices
  • Quick wins Make sure all your websites and apps are accessible by testing with VoiceOver
  • Quick wins You could create a mobile-friendly landing page
  • Your questions  Please use the Chat Box
  • Accessibility Goes Mobile Disabled User Testing is Extreme User Testing sales@abilitynet.org.uk www.abilitynet.org.uk/accessibility-services