Accessibility and Design: Where Productivity and Philosophy Meet

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Accessibility and Design: Where Productivity and Philosophy Meet - CSUN 2017 - Presented by Ryan Strunk and Joe Lonsky - Design once, develop once. Learn how providing integrated accessibility and design feedback before development begins can drastically improve the accessibility of your experience.

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  • RYAN

    What’s wrong here? What are the color contrast ratios?

    Was = 2.28 : 1

    Should be = 4.5 : 1

    We didn’t have a great process in place, and this sneaked in.
  • JOE

    Per IBM System Sciences Institute

    Design $10

    Development $65

    Testing $150

    Wild $1000



  • JOE

    Ryan does push ups - quick set!
  • JOE

    Ryan does more pushups! Falls down…

    Keep in mind, the backlog is building the entire time and can get huge

  • RYAN

    80 some defects

    Including ones like:
    Add Trait to add address button
    Add proper label to scan button
    Reverse order of remove and the item it refers to
    Color contrast and layout issues
  • RYAN

    Example Story – 0 defects!!!

    RYAN STORY: Backlog and refactor story with PM’s?
  • JOE

    To get to 0 defects, we used a process that incorporates accessibility at the beginning.  

    1) A process to cuts down on defects
    2) A process that saves time and money
    3) A process that has greater compliance
    4) A process that cuts down on redesign work

    Nobody likes having their design turned back after it’s done
  • RYAN
  • JOE

    discovery could be a couple days or a couple weeks
  • JOE
  • JOE

    This is where we discuss adding
    Labels
    Hints
    Focus Order
    Traits

    Things engineers should know before development starts, but that doesn't fall under design.

    How many defects were bad screen reader coding? This solves that

  • JOE
  • JOE
  • JOE to start, then RYAN
  • RYAN or JOE
  • JOE & RYAN

    Search results page
  • JOE & RYAN

    Search results page UPDATED

    "Big change, moved the filter bar below the seg controller"
  • RYAN or JOE
  • JOE

    Ryan - goes into colors
  • RYAN

    Code with traits.
    Automated tests.
  • JOE
  • Ryan
  • RYAN

    Available to consult on more projects instead of spending so much time:
    filing defects
    retesting bugs

    Setting up the organization for success.
    If someone leaves, still capable of doing accessibility
    Spreading the knowledge to other organizations
  • RYAN

    Stories about exclusion: “What do you test?”

    Those people can be your testers. … Why can’t they be your consultants?

    I get a better understanding of the visuals. Joe learns more about a11y from me.
  • Accessibility and Design: Where Productivity and Philosophy Meet

    1. 1. Accessibility and Design Where Productivity and Philosophy Meet Ryan Strunk, Lead Accessibility Consultant Joe Lonsky, Principal Product Designer
    2. 2. Source: IBM Systems Sciences Institute - https://www.isixsigma.com/industries/software-it/defect-prevention-reducing-costs-and-enhancing-quality/ How much do bugs cost? 6.5x 15x1x in Design in Development in Testing 100 xin the Wild
    3. 3. If you find a bug while designing: Discussion happens, maybe a meeting. 😀
    4. 4. If you find a bug in the wild: 1. Users contact support 6. Design redraws 2. Support contacts Team/PM 7. PM approves 3. PM contacts QA 8. Dev fixes 4. QA checks the bug, confirms, writes a ticket 9. QA and design retest 5. PM prioritizes 10.Deployment 😢
    5. 5. When we joined the team here’s some of the things we found…
    6. 6. 1. Cuts down on defects. 2. Saves time and money. 3. Has greater compliance. 4. Cuts down redesign work. We needed a process that:
    7. 7. Our Process
    8. 8. Designer gets an assignment and starts discovery work.
    9. 9. Designer reaches out to accessibility consultant if (s)he has any questions.
    10. 10. • Colors • Margins • Formatting specs Early designs contain layout, but they may also contain technical info:
    11. 11. As discovery and concepting continues, the designer continues to reach out.
    12. 12. Before finalization, we look through the proposed finished designs.
    13. 13. • Enter comments into Zeplin • Add requirements into JIRA tickets Document
    14. 14. Let’s show you
    15. 15. First Pass Back button should allow perform escape gesture Selected tab of the segmented control should have "selected, " prepended to the label Filter button should be traited as a button Swiping order should be logical (left to right, top to bottom) When a new section has been selected, remove "selected, " from the old label. Each tab of the segmented control should be traited as a button. Product tile should have label of: "product title, price, rating” Product image tiles should have trait of button.
    16. 16. Second Pass
    17. 17. Benefits
    18. 18. Design/UX gets first-hand knowledge of requirements.
    19. 19. Developers get knowledge to create processes.
    20. 20. Fewer defects.
    21. 21. 1. Unable to change shipping speed on items in cart 2. Removing Promo code from cart causes endless speaking of “loading” 3. Cartwheel: When added and checkmark is displayed, VO still announces as “add item” Defects reported in October 2016:
    22. 22. Proactive consulting.
    23. 23. Process is accessible.
    24. 24. Thank You Ryan Strunk Lead Accessibility Consultant @rstrunk Joe Lonsky Principal Product Designer @joe_lonsky

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