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Universal Design Final

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  • Talk about Gas as an example of standards
  • No site- Paul has a video old Nebraska site and show the new site
  • Mtld.mobi/emulator.php test for mobile phone views
  • http://interface.missouri.edu/2008/07/is-your-site-color-blind-acces.php link this to consider colorblindnessExample of movie with captioning and audio audio description–
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    • 1. Presented by: Web Communications & The Adaptive Computing Technology Center 3/12/2009
    • 2. Web Communications Paul Gilzow, Programmer/Analyst Expert  Web site: http://webcom.missouri.edu  Phone: 882-4502 Adaptive Computing Technology (ACT) Center Abigail O’Sullivan, Manager Carmen Schafer, User Support Analyst Specialist  Web site: http://actcenter.missouri.edu  Phone: 884-2828 3/12/2009
    • 3. What is “Universal Design”? Universal Design is “barrier free” design, which allows not only persons with a disability to access services, but others that may need help, such as the elderly population. ◦ Automatic Doors ◦ Extra-wide Doorways ◦ Curb cuts ◦ Accessible Ramps ◦ Closed captioning for TV ◦ Accessible Web Sites 3/12/2009
    • 4. 1. Equitable Use 2. Flexibility In Use 3. Simple and Intuitive Use 4. Perceptible Information 5. Tolerance for Error 6. Low Physical Effort 7. Size and Space for Approach and Use 3/12/2009
    • 5. 1. Adopt a Set of Guidelines & Standards  MU Web Communications use http://webcom.missouri.edu/policy  XHTML from World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)  Missouri IT Accessibility Standards (MITAS)  RSMo Section 191.863- Missouri Law  Section 508- Federal Law 2. Apply Guidelines & Standards 3. Add Progressive Enhancement 4. Continually Test your Web Site 3/12/2009
    • 6. Example Web Site: University of Nebraska –Lincoln A “NO”site A “YES”site Inaccessible Site Demonstration 3/12/2009
    • 7. Accessible vs. Inaccessible Web Sites  JAWS – Screen Reading software  Dragon NaturallySpeaking- Voice Dictation  ZoomText- Screen Magnification/Reader 3/12/2009
    • 8. Accessible vs. Inaccessible Web Sites Sony  Ericsson Nokia  3/12/2009
    • 9. Maximize Contrast Consider Colorblindness Keep it Simple Create Descriptive Links Video Captioning / Closed caption/Audio description Transcribe Audio 3/12/2009
    • 10. Anyone who owns, directs, manages, designs, o r provides content to a Web site. Web Sites in the Media  Target- National Federation of the Blind (NFB)  Southwest Airlines- Access Now, INC. 3/12/2009
    • 11. Online Checkers  Cynthia Says http://www.cynthiasays.com/  Functional Accessibility Evaluator http://fae.cita.uiuc.edu/  W3C validator http://validator.w3.org/  Color blindness checker http://colorfilter.wickline.org/  Wave 4.0 http://wave.webaim.org/ Firefox extensions Fangs http://www.standards-schmandards.com/projects/fangs/ HTML validator https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/249 3/12/2009
    • 12. Resources Available at MU ◦ Web Communications http://webcom.missouri.edu ◦ Adaptive Computing Technology (ACT) Center http://actcenter.missouri.edu Online Resources ◦ WebAIM http://webaim.org ◦ Universal Design of Online Courses http://www.ualr.edu/pace/tenstepsud/ ◦ MITAS http://www.oa.mo.gov/itsd/cio/standards/ITGS0003.pdf 3/12/2009
    • 13. 3/12/2009