Website Accessibility Testing Evaluate HTML content for accessibility problems Accessibility Guidelines that DYNO Mapper checks against. BITV 1.0 (Level 2)Section 508Stanca ActWCAG 1.0 (Level A)WCAG 1.0 (Level AA)WCAG 1.0 (Level AAA)WCAG 2.0 (Level A)WCAG 2.0 (Level AA)WCAG 2.0 (Level AAA) Review all known, likely, and potential problems for each website page. Known problems: These are problems that have been identified with certainty as accessibility barriers. Export your accessibility reports to CSV and PDF.
How to Meet WCAG 2.0 This web page can be used as a checklist for WCAG 2.0. It provides: All of the requirements (called "success criteria") from Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0Techniques to meet the requirements, which are linked to pages with descriptions, code examples, browser and assistive technology support notes, and tests.Failures to avoid, which are linked to pages with descriptions, examples, and tests."Understanding" links to pages that explain the intent of the guideline or success criterion, how it helps people with different disabilities, key terms, and resources. You can customize what is included in this page by selecting from the Customize this Quick Reference section which Technologies, Levels of success criteria, and Sections of techniques you want to include. For an introduction to WCAG, Techniques, and Understanding documents, see the WCAG Overview. About the Techniques Note: The basis for determining conformance to WCAG 2.0 is the success criteria, not the techniques.
Behavior Design Bootcamp with Stanford’s Dr. BJ Fogg I was recently in Northern California by way of an invitation from Dr. BJ Fogg, head of Stanford University’s Persuasive Technology Lab, to study and learn his new behavior design methodology. In addition to his landmark successes at Stanford and in industry (like groundbreaking research and several patents), BJ travels the globe training innovators at large, consumer-facing companies on how to build products and experiences that create new behaviors. Admittedly, behavior design can sound a bit “heady.” Don’t let it throw you. As an experience designer operating at the four-way intersection of design thinking, human behavior, technology, and systems thinking, I jumped at the chance to join nine others from around the world to be one of the first to participate in BJ’s behavior design bootcamp of sorts. BJ promised to teach us “to see what others don’t,” and to think systematically about behavior change. Behavior Design Bootcamp: Day One This is Not Design Thinking The Behavior Model
Index to Adaptive Computer Hardware and Software The Blind Readers' Page--Main Menu Last revision: November 12, 2002 This list is intended as a quick-reference index to a wide variety of adaptive computer hardware and software, as well as many other sorts of adaptive equipment for blind or visually handicapped people, including magnifiers and reading machines. It also includes references to retailers and other sources of information about all sorts of adaptive equipment. Given the rapid growth of the field, the Index cannot be comprehensive; it is as up to date as I can make it, but inevitably there will be dead links and some outdated models of equipment. For each category, however, it does cover most of the the spectrum of possibilities. Biolink Accessible MP3 Player. ALVA 544 Satellite: HumanWare. Braille Lite M20 and M40: notetakers with 20- and 40-cell refreshable braille displays: Freedom Scientific.
rentabilisez et améliorez la qualité de vos sites Web Inside Team Romney’s whale of an IT meltdown It was supposed to be a "killer app," but a system deployed to volunteers by Mitt Romney's presidential campaign may have done more harm to Romney's chances on Election Day—largely because of a failure to follow basic best practices for IT projects. Called "Orca," the effort was supposed to give the Romney campaign its own analytics on what was happening at polling places and to help the campaign direct get-out-the-vote efforts in the key battleground states of Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Iowa, and Colorado. Instead, volunteers couldn't get the system to work from the field in many states—in some cases because they had been given the wrong login information. The system crashed repeatedly. As one Orca user described it to Ars, the entire episode was a "huge clusterfuck." Develop in haste, repent at leisure The Romney campaign put a lot of stock in Orca, giving PBS NewsHour an advance look at the operation on November 5. Part of the issue was Orca's architecture. All tell, no show
AFB Press AFB Press, the publishing arm of the American Foundation for the Blind, is the leading publisher in the field of blindness and visual impairment. It produces books, journals, videos, and electronic materials, offering a wide range of information for students, professionals, researchers, and blind and visually impaired people and their families. AFB Press provides more texts for college and university programs and more professional books on visual impairment than any other publisher in the field and is a catalyst in developing and encouraging new authors and scholarship. It is also the publisher of the Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, the international journal of record on blindness and visual impairment, and the AFB Directory of Services for Blind and Visually Impaired Persons in the United States and Canada, the primary online information resource on services to persons with visual impairments.
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