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Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?
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Open accessibility – why is ‘open’ good for web accessibility?

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What benefits can open development of open source bring to accessibility and Assistive Technology?

What benefits can open development of open source bring to accessibility and Assistive Technology?

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  • 1. Open accessibility and the web Steve Lee Full Measure OSS Watch A11yLDN 21 Sep 2010 Copyright © 2010 Full Measure Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0
  • 2. ●Open ...
  • 3. ●...source ●...development ●...content ●...innovation ●...gov ●...accessibility
  • 4. ●Open Web
  • 5. Open is ....
  • 6. Low Barriers To Entry
  • 7. Commons
  • 8. Community
  • 9. Collaborate
  • 10. User engagement
  • 11. Innovate
  • 12. End users Supporters Service providers Developers Businesses
  • 13. Open accessibility And the web
  • 14. Open accessibility And the web
  • 15. Standards Good practice Tools Toolkits
  • 16. NVDA Firefox GNOME AccessApps
  • 17. Simon Listens OpenGazer GOK / SIMWIN / Caribou Maavis Straight-Street Jambu
  • 18. Firebug Dojo JQuery Drupal
  • 19. W3C widgets for UI Cross platform – mobile Wookie server
  • 20. User Testing!
  • 21. Make the most of it...
  • 22. Try it out
  • 23. Share it
  • 24. Engage – say hi
  • 25. Report and discuss issues
  • 26. Contribute something
  • 27. Fix something
  • 28. Join
  • 29. Examples
  • 30. StudyBar * Cross browser a11y tools (similar to BBC) * Early release * Southampton Uni * Initial funding by TechDis * OSS Watch
  • 31. Straight-street.com * Mulberry symbol set * CC BY-SA licence * Peer reviewed * Web API * SVG * Charity
  • 32. Maavis Simple access to media & comms Dementia, LD, switch users Easy set up by support Firefox add-on → web app Sheffield uni + Barnsley NHS EC funded
  • 33. REALISE * Open innovation in AT * Users / devs / businesses * Awareness * Engagement * JISC funded pilot
  • 34. Engage and Enjoy

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