CVAA: Best Practices and Challenges 2014

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Presented at teh 2014 M-Enabling conference, this presentation highlights EZFire's survey results. The resently ocmpleted survey presents insights into the current level of implementation from the industry's perspective.

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CVAA: Best Practices and Challenges 2014

  1. 1. Pratik Patel @ppatel ppatel@ezfire.net 888-320-2921
  2. 2. A Brief Overview:  About EZFire  Overview of EZFire survey  Testing and QA  Legal V. policy and engineer-driven accessibility  rich- media, captioning, audio description and online video  Interfaces and ACS @ppatel
  3. 3. About EZFire  Providing services since 2006  Focusing on testing, compliance, Section 508, WCAG, CVAA, documents, videos  Testers, users with disabilities; database of more than 256 trusted testers  Efforts driven by an international aproach @ppatel
  4. 4. Overview of EZFire CVAA survey  Informal survey begun in 2012 to track data on CVAA compliance efforts  Tracking data for three years  Formalizing this survey this year + a consumer survey in a month  Data available to the public for examination @ppatel
  5. 5. Overview of EZFire CVAA survey (2)  Tracking questions on:  Documentation  Management of accessibility  Employees, structure, services  Testing and QA @ppatel
  6. 6. Testing and QA  Two companies in 2012 v 58 in 2014 who report conducting testing  29 do not conduct testing  Approximately 75% (43) companies report conducting testing with people with disabilities  Nearly 60% (35) companies utilize outside organizations to conduct testing @ppatel
  7. 7. legal v. policy/Engineering  All respondents report legal departments being involved in CVAA compliance  In 2012 90% of all accessibility was being driven by legal  2014 accessibility occurs through policy or engineering with 81% (72) respondent companies  100% of respondents have changed practices because of CVAA @ppatel
  8. 8. Rich media, captioning, Description  Less than 50% of rspondents need to consider captioning or audio description  98% of those report full captioning compliance on television networks  5 companies investing in internal infrastructures to generate audio description  All report investigating online captioning presence but only a few have captioning online  Audio description not present online because of lack of requirement @ppatel
  9. 9. Rich media, captioning, Description  40% of respondents believe that they are not required to comply with ACS provisions of the CVAA whereas they actually are required  14 respondents currently working on efforts to make playback and other video controller interfaces accessible as opposed to 3 in 2012  32 respondents are not doing so working when they are, in fact required to do so. @ppatel

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