Web Accessibility

Information about Web Accessibility

Published on April 16, 2008

Author: Davidino

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Web Accessibility :  Web Accessibility What do we mean by accessibility? Outline:  Outline Technologies Why accessibility? Web standards – how do we do this then? Accessibility Testing Accessibility Myths The Industry What is accessibility?:  What is accessibility? It’s about access for all:  It’s about access for all The social model of disability:  The social model of disability What do we mean by disability:  What do we mean by disability Deaf Hard of Hearing, hearing impaired Blind, visually impaired, low vision Mobility-impaired Learning-disabled Technologies :  Technologies Slide11:  What does accessibility mean? “Let’s hit the hut...”:  “Let’s hit the hut...” -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Click for further information about this deal Click for further information about this deal We hope you enjoy our brand new site Enter your postcode in the field below ___ __ [btn-show_me.gif]-Submit and get a FREE Garlic Bread! Click for further information about this deal Click for further information about this deal homepage Slide13:  “Text is not a feature of Websites; it is a primitive, a fundamental and unalterable component” - Joe Clark Why accessibility?:  Why accessibility? The business case The ethical case The legal case The business case:  The business case “The estimated spending power of people with disabilities in the UK being £40-50 billion” Employers Forum on Disability The ethical case :  The ethical case The social model of disability Cooperate social responsibility The legal case :  The legal case “...we are now using the force of argument.  If that fails, we will not hesitate to use the argument of force.” -- Bert Massie Chairman, Disability Rights Commission Sydney Olympics 2000:  Sydney Olympics 2000 Intranets:  Intranets “One major UK corporation which is notorious for having inaccessible public web pages, is suddenly spending considerable sums on making their intranet accessible - for no other reason (as far as my informant could tell) than because they'd realised they risked some rather high-profile court actions by employees.” -- Alan Flavell. (Alan Flavell is a well-known contributor to html-related newsgroups – he has a lot of respect within the industry. He is an acknowledged expert. His credentials are impeccable) Intranets:  Intranets “A member of staff could (we hope not, but it happens) lose their sight (or 'gain' some other disability) at any time. Equally, you could employ someone. If this happens down the road, you could have a massive problem.” -- Anonymous Contributor (Intranet Forum) How do we do this then?:  How do we do this then? Web standards:  Web standards Slide23:  <font face=verdana size=-2 color=white>&nbsp;&nbsp;<b>Welcome</b></font> back Slide24:  <h1>Welcome</h1> <p>Hello there!</p> <p>Life is great when you design with standards.</p> h1 { color: red; background: white; font: Arial; } p { color: green; background: blue; font: ”Comic Sans”; } <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript"> function showPic (whichpic) {  if (document.getElementById) Want to change something?:  Want to change something? It’s easy... One Two Three Four Five Tables:  Tables the JavaScript issue... :  the JavaScript issue... Accessibility Standards:  Accessibility Standards Do the W3C know what they are talking about?:  Do the W3C know what they are talking about? “the majority of problems that disabled people mentioned regarding poor web access were not contained in any of the WAI's guidelines.” Bert Massie, DRC Automated testing:  Automated testing PageScreamerTM Manual Testing:  Manual Testing User Testing:  User Testing DRC recommendations the usability bonus.:  the usability bonus. Accessibility Myths:  Accessibility Myths ...my site will look boring:  ...my site will look boring ...it’s difficult to do.:  ...it’s difficult to do. <img src=“pizzahutlogo.gif” alt=“Pizza Hut”/> Contact Andrew Gray at <a href=”mailto:[email protected]” title=”Email Andrew Gray” tabindex=“4”>[email protected]</a> Audio and Video content:  Audio and Video content ...a text only version is fine.:  ...a text only version is fine. Disabled access at rear. The industry.:  The industry. Slide43:  “81 % of sites investigated failed to meet the minimum guidelines for access.” DRC Report 14/4/04 The industry:  The industry The industry :  The industry Don’t shoot the messenger:  Don’t shoot the messenger The public sector:  The public sector A requirement on all new public sector IT procurement projects A key aspect of electronic Government Interoperability Framework e-Envoy recommendations:  e-Envoy recommendations Certifying developers :  Certifying developers It’s not all good news...:  It’s not all good news... Slide51:  <div id =“header> <img src=“logo.gif” alt =“The soup factory” /> </div> <div id=“content”> <h1>Soup</h1> <a href=“tomato.html” tabindex=“3” title=“More info about tomato soup”>Tomato Soup</a> </div> <td>Flow<BR>Trust &<BR>Time &<BR>Cash</td><td>Openly<BR>Map <BR>Maths of<BR>Multiply</td> <td>Network/<BR>Commune/<BR>for real</td> <td>self<BR>-organise<BR>simplicity</td> <td>Network<BR>economy</td></tr> </table><BR><font color=red>Clusters of 5 Approach- Project 007 of <a href="http://www.valuetrue.com" target="_blank">2004, Year of Transparency<BR></a><BR><font color=blue>I (<a href="mailto:[email protected]?subject=cluster of 5 inquiry via KB">email NAME OMMITED</a>) invite you to tell us/me. Your comments delight me! Third Party Content:  Third Party Content RSS feeds Advertisements Slide53:  "Why would you care about standards support? You can code things that work in IE, and that's fine - nobody really uses anything but IE, coding for all browsers is a waste of time. Now what would you rather have a development team doing, working on standards support or adding in cool proprietary things, like 3D powerpoint-style page transitions, that will make their web "experience" that much better" -- unnamed Microsoft employee Questions and Comments:  Questions and Comments www.accessibilityworks.co.uk/resources/web accessibility.ppt Further Information:  Further Information Books: Building Accessible Websites By Joe Clark Online Resources: www.daiveintoaccessiblity.com www.accessift.com www.webaim.org www.rnib.co.uk

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