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Accessible project concept and_achievementsv01

  1. 1. Accessibility Assessment Simulation Environment for New Applications Design and Development ACCESSIBLE Project Presentation and Achievements Votis Konstantinos CERTH/ITI ACCESSIBLE 224145, FP7-ICT-2007-2
  2. 2. The ACCESSIBLE Project ObjetivesObjectivesMain Objective 1 (MO1) - To research and develop an Assessment Simulationmodule to support the overall analysis and verification accessibility procedure ofWeb applications and services, mobile applications as well as descriptionlanguagesMain Objective 2 (MO2) – To research and develop for the first time a HarmonizedAccessibility Methodological framework (HAM)Secondary Objective 1 (SO1) - Development of a developer/designer-aid module for the design and development of Java applications - DIAS +Mobile Impairment Simulator (MIS) - Development of a multilayer ontology based knowledge Resource for incorporating the ACCESSIBLE harmonised methodology (MO2)) - Development of an EARL based Reporting module in order to export results in a form, helpful to potential receivers of test results AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011
  3. 3. ACCESSIBLE target user groups Software Developers and designers that will use ACCESSIBLE in order to support them for the development and testing of accessible software applications Groups and public bodies involved in policy making and providing basis for policy making - public bodies and SMEs dealing with e-accessibility, International Organisations for disabled persons, etc Service providers and software SMEs - public and private enterprises and organisations responsible for the development of software applications Users who benefit from enhanced accessibility - User groups with various disabilities (e.g. wheelchair users, blind, deaf, elderly, etc.). AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011
  4. 4. The ACCESSIBLE Architecture ACCESSIBLE User Interface Developer & designer aid Module AssessmentEARL Reporting Tool Simulation Module Ontology based Knowledge Resource and Inference engine AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011
  5. 5. ACCESSIBLE Application Scenarios ACCESSIBLE proposes four innovative pilots evaluating the accessibility of the implemented prototypes. At least one application per each pilot domain will be tested within the ACCESSIBLE environment.  Mobile Web applications assessment  Web services assessment - infomobility and ASK-IT compliant web services  Web applications assessment – e.g. Web based ecommerce application for goods & Web based ecommerce application for office supplies  Description languages (e.g. SDL) assessment - e.g. Next generation telecommunication services AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011
  6. 6. Built-in accessibility assessment  WCAG 2.0 +ARIA assessment tool Software Tester  Mobile OK+WCAG 2.0 assessment toolPersonas,Disabilities,Standards  SDL assessment  Web services tool assessment tool AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011
  7. 7. Approximation Simulator for Built-in accessibility design 3 Disability Simulator1 NetBeans IDE PERSONAS 2 Recommendations 4 AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011
  8. 8. ACCESSIBLE Public Results  Public Deliverables  ACCESSIBLE ontology  Tools Downloading  Publications AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011
  9. 9. Thank you for your attention!Questions, comments AEGIS Workshop, 30 Nov 2011