Summary of Accessibility Summit 2016: Reports that designers and Developers love

A11YSummit 2016
OK, next up was my good friend, a man of demos, known for mobile accessibility - Paul J Adam presenting Reports that designers and developers love. Paul has demonstrated report formats that designers and developers love and tips to create good accessibility assessment reports. His presentation was consist of Scoping the website / mobile app, Finding issues, segregating, navigation through report and advantages of such a report. Began with Scope. Scoping of project is critical and it's essential to capture information like: Does this project require any VPN access? if yes, ensure credentials are in place Does this project include any documents like PDF, Word etc., What are the standards that would need project to comply with; Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), Air Carriers Accessibility Act (ACAA), Communication and Video…
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Summary of Accessibility Summit 2016 – PM Led Accessibility

A11YSummit 2016
Thanks to Joseph O'Connor, I have attended recent Accessibility Summit - a virtual conference on Accessibility that was held on 7th and 8th Septmber, 2016. It was amazing to see that summit organizers took as much care as they could to make the event accessible. Speakers have described everything that they have shown visually and closed captions were provided live. Ari Stile kicked off the event with a welcome note and housekeeping tips. She admired Adobe Connect as the platform has become much responsive than ever before but suggested audience to use wired connection better quality. Other option is to turn off the video; they keep running cameras because some people might love lip reading (either by choice or by necessary - again inclusion here!). First talk was by Robert…
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