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Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
Evaluating the accessibility of rich internet applications
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  1. Evaluating the accessibility of Rich Internet Applications Nádia Fernandes, Daniel Costa, Sérgio Neves, Carlos Duarte, Luís Carriço W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  2. Motivation• The Internet has become an indispensable tool for our everyday life• And it is used by all kind of people – With different physical and/or mental capabilities 2 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  3. Problems• The content of Web pages must become accessible to all users• Developers need a way to help them implement an accessible page• Tools should be provided to enable evaluation of the accessibility 3 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  4. Solution• The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) – A set of best practices for developing an accessible Web page• Automated accessibility evaluators – QualWeb (Nádia et al) – Achecker – And more… 4 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  5. New Challenges• Web pages are no longer static content displayers• With the Web development, Rich Internet Applications are becoming a trend• New elements are introduced on the Dom tree triggered by javascript functions 5 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  6. New approach• QualWeb 3.0 – New WCAG techniques evaluated (including CSS techniques) – Added a new module that triggers and observes changes made on the Dom tree 6 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  7. Architecture7 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  8. Interaction Simulator• This component is responsible for activating interactive elements in the HTML document – For each interactive element it is attached a function (Crawler) that triggers this element periodically – At the same time there is an Observer which analyses the Dom tree to see if it has changed – A change in the Dom tree is considered a new state of the RIA 8 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  9. QualWeb evaluator• The evaluator receives the new state and performs the evaluation• 20 HTML WCAG 2.0 and 6 CSS WCAG 2.0• Then generates an EARL report 9 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  10. Experimental study• 5o inspiring Web applications – http://speckyboy.com/2009/09/02/50-inspiring- web-application-and-service-web-site-designs/ 10 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  11. Goal• The goal of this experiment is to validate this new approach• Understand if it is possible to automatically trigger changes on the Web page• Understand if those changes affect the accessibility of the page 11 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  12. Results12 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  13. Results• There was an average of 5 different states per page – The number of fails and warnings increased 4% and 10% in comparison with the original state• In this experiment the average of pass results is 28% , fail results represent an average of 12% and 60% for warnings.• 43% of the Warning results come from the CSS evaluation 13 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  14. Advantages• The main advantages are: – The evaluation is made on browser environment • VS “Offline” evaluation – Evaluates WCAG 2.0 techniques (HTML and CSS) • VS WCAG 1.0 – Can evaluate parts of the Web page that were otherwise unreachable 14 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  15. Conclusions• The results obtained show that it is possible to evaluate automatically states that can be triggered without human intervention• We demonstrated that there are differences when evaluating different states of the Web page• We have developed a more complete evaluation of Web pages 15 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  16. Future Work• Implement more WCAG 2.0 techniques• Perform more tests• Remove some limitations we had 16 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0
  17. Questions?• Daniel Costa – dancosta@di.fc.ul.pt• Nádia Fernandes – nadiaf@di.fc.ul.pt 17 W4A 2012 – Accessible Web 2.0

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