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Accessibility, Usability and User Centred Design (Accessibility workshop)
Accessibility, Usability and User Centred Design (Accessibility workshop)
Accessibility, Usability and User Centred Design (Accessibility workshop)
Accessibility, Usability and User Centred Design (Accessibility workshop)
Accessibility, Usability and User Centred Design (Accessibility workshop)
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  • 1. AccessibilityUsabilityUser centred design
    Accessibility testing workshop
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  • 2. Accessibility workshop
    Pilot accessibility assessment exercise
    Group activity (3 to 5 members)
    Goal
    To assess and eventually contribute to the improvement of the accessibility of a web application considering, at least, its purpose, content, navigation support and user input options
    Suggested types of wed applications to consider
    Social networking websites
    e-Government websites
    e-Learning websites
    2
    David Lamas, TLU, 2010
  • 3. Accessibility workshop
    Outcome
    Report on the pilot accessibility assessment exercise for the chosen website
    It should include
    Website identification and description
    Assessment strategy
    Assessment results
    Recommendations for accessibility improvement
    Critical reflection on the underlying options and achieved results of the pilot accessibility assessment exercise
    David Lamas, TLU, 2010
    3
  • 4. Accessibility workshop
    Minimal assessment approach
    Should consider both…
    Automatic of current accessibility recommended practices; and
    Manual assessment of:
    Current accessibility recommended practices
    How the websites is accessible in practice
    This means code inspection and user testing
    A possible assessment strategy starting point can be found at
    http://www.w3.org/WAI/eval/
    David Lamas, TLU, 2010
    4
  • 5. Resources
    Web content accessibility guidelines 1.0
    http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10/
    Web content accessibility guidelines 2.0
    http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG/
    Accessible Rich Internet Applications
    http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/
    David Lamas, TLU, 2010
    5
  • 6. Resources
    Tools
    Validators
    Checking conformance to specifications of (X)HTML and CSS
    Evaluation and repair tools
    Checking conformance to guidelines (WCAG, Section 508), some of them supporting also the repair process
    Browsers
    Some browsers (graphical browser, text browsers, speaking browsers) provide functionalities that can be used for accessibility assessment
    Toolbars for Browsers
    Combining functions of validators and evaluation tools in a toolbar
    Assistive Technologies
    Testing if websites are accessible in practice
    http://www.w3.org/WAI/ER/tools/
    David Lamas, TLU, 2010
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