eA11: Sandi Wassmer

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eAccessibility and the Inclusive Web: A talk by Sandi Wassmer, Managing Director, Copious and Member, UK Government e-Accessibility Forum, at e-Access 11 on 28 June.

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  • eA11: Sandi Wassmer

    1. 1. WELCOMEeAccessibility and the Inclusive Web
    2. 2. "All fine architectural values arehuman values, else not valuable." Frank Lloyd Wright Photo via Wikimedia. Creator: Al Ravenna.
    3. 3. The World Wide WebDesigned to be Open & Inclusive
    4. 4. Open Standards encourage ‣ Open Source ‣ Open Education ‣ Open Innovation ‣ Open Collaboration ‣ Open Data inspiring Open Minds
    5. 5. Inclusive Design furthers ‣ Inclusive Environments ‣ Inclusive Technology ‣ Inclusive Products ‣ Inclusive Services ‣ Inclusive Education advancing Inclusive Society
    6. 6. Mainstream Technology is not ‣ Inclusive ‣ Universal ‣ User Centred ‣ Accessible ‣ Usable or Interoperable
    7. 7. Interoperability is everything Why? Accessibility cannot survive without it. Accessibility is a fundamental human right for every single one of us. Photo via Flickr. Creator: Jolene Van Laar
    8. 8. Interoperability andInclusive Design are not interchangeable But, I wish they were...
    9. 9. The Principles of Inclusive Web Design 1. Equitable 2. Flexible 3. Straightforward 4. Perceptible 5. Informative 6. Preventative 7. Tolerant 8. Effortless 9. Accommodating 10. Consistent
    10. 10. Interoperability enables Access Device Neutrality allowing Choice and Opportunity for Diverse Usersproviding Different User Experiences, Equally Valuable Outcomes
    11. 11. Who is responsible? EveryoneWho is Everyone? Photo via Flickr. Creator: woodley wonderworks
    12. 12. Design for InclusionFollow Standards, Guidelines & Best Practices. ‣ Inclusive Think ‣ Universal ‣ User Centred Create ‣ Accessible
    13. 13. "Human rights are moral principles which applyequally to all human beings, without qualification." Dr. Evelyn Kallen
    14. 14. Any Questions? Transcript of this presentation available for Download2011 Sandi Wassmer Photo via Flickr. Creator: Jonathan Youngblood

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