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  • 1. AMAri: a reporting interface for accessibility evaluations Silvia Mirri Matteo Casadei Ludovico A. Muratori Matteo Battistelli Paola Salomoni Department of Computer Science University of Bologna
  • 2. Summary Introduction AMAri Issues Demo ConclusionsW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 2
  • 3. Introduction Accessibility evaluation + accessibility monitoring = Huge amount of data How can we manage and exploit such data? AMAri (Accessibility Monitoring Application Reporting Interface) produces accessible and personalized outputs (graphics and tables) on the basis of Web pages accessibility evaluationsW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 3
  • 4. AMAri Issues • AMAri • Supports authors/editors in accessibility processes • Is open source, Web based, based on PHP, HTML, CSS and AJAX • Provides reports as graphics and tables • Stores data by means of an accessibility monitoring system • AMAri user defines a set of personalized viewsW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 4
  • 5. Creating widgets • Each widget 1. represents the whole data set or a part of it 2. refers to a single Web site or to a group of them 3. shows data focusing on one or two dimensions (among: time, URLs, guidelines, geographic area, chart type) 4. is statically computed and stored or shows everyday changes in the accessibility statusW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 5
  • 6. Pie chartW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 6
  • 7. TimelineW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 7
  • 8. Density chartW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 8
  • 9. Conclusion AMAri • supports authors/editors involved in the implementation and assessment of accessible Web sites • Exploits a huge amount of data resulting by accessibility evaluations and monitoring activities • Supports users in creating their own points of view about gathered data, focusing on 1 or 2 dimensions (among: temporal dimension, single URL or group of URLs, set of guidelines or requirements, geographic area, char typeW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 9
  • 10. Contacts  Thank you for your attention!  For further information:  silvia.mirri@unibo.itW4A 2012 – April 16th&17th, 2012 - Lyon, France 10

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