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1 Sue Cullen Program Manager, CSUN Universal Design Center Accessibility Network Product Testing Coordinator for the CSU ATNetwork

2 UDC Mission Assist the campus community in creating pathways for individuals to learn, communicate, and share via information technology. Help the campus community design-in interoperability, usability, and accessibility into information technology so that individual learning and processing styles, or differences in physical characteristics are not barriers to accessing information.

3 UDC Services: Consultation/Training of Instructional Materials compliance and usability Web application developers training to design-in web compliance and usability evaluation Consultation regarding accessibility and usability policy Compliance and usability testing for purchased, promoted, or supported (PPS) campus software. (based on campus impact) Maintaining a vetted, centralized repository of ATI training material Research, identify or create compliance standard application coding techniques. Compliance testing of websites, software and electronic devices.

4 Keep the conversation going! Shared Campus Responsibility ATI Executive Sponsorship Campus Governance Committees Advisory Committee for Academic Technology Small Collaborative Working Groups Campus Wide Disabilities Issues Board Accessibility Working Group ATI Steering Working Group Presentations/Events Presentations to Campus Governance Committees ATI Regional Conference Just One Thing Challenge Save Time & Money Campaign Universal Design INACTION Accessibility Camp LA CSU ATI Compliance Sheriff Regional Trainings Training-Training-Training

5 Cultural Change for Web Design Web Developers Design Standards Compliance Standards Usability Standards Integrate compliance standard skills into the everyday work habits and expectation of employees.

6 Design/Evaluate/Repeat Compliant and Usable Technology Finding your way through the maze of compliance standards

7 Fire Bug https://getfirebug.com/ Wave Colour Contrast Analyser Juicy Studio Grayscale https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/grayscale- tool/odolflphhameojgliipcnahnipmogigo (Chrome) https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/grayscale- tool/odolflphhameojgliipcnahnipmogigo Web Developer Extension https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/web-developer/ Compliance Sheriff Compliance-Sheriff-Limited-Feature-Guide.docx Compliance-Sheriff-Limited-Feature-Guide.docx Accessibility Evaluation Toolbar https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/accessibility- evaluation-toolb/

8 Protocols for Compliance & Usability Testing Level One Review VPAT information for egregious barriers. Consider Campus or System Wide Impact of the product. If egregious issues found, conduct manual testing to validate claims or lack of accuracy based on Impact considerations. Share VPAT back to the vendor with additional UDC comments. Level Two Limited criteria validation based on application type Examples: Web form applications (form fields labels, input mask, error handling) Basic web page (link & semantic requirements, tab order and images) Complex web navigation pages (all previously listed criteria plus keyboard accessibility, tables, CSS, navigation, scripting and Assistive Technology testing ). Concurrently: Run Compliance Sheriff (C.S.) level IV scan based on appropriate check points. Use as a guide for manual checking. Recommendations and resources provided. Level Three Criteria validation based on CSU ATI Check Points and full UDC Testing Guide implementation. Comprehensive testing (all previously listed criteria plus usability testing ) Applications have coding that requires additional research and reiterative testing of coding solutions validation. Detailed recommendations and resources provided. Concurrently: Run C.S. level IV scan with manual testing. As needed provide actual coding or work around for end user.

9 Alternative Descriptions Images Image Map Scripting Multimedia Interactive Multimedia Screen Movement Structure Semantic Requirements Frames Tables Comprehensive Visual Display Visual Redability Stylesheet Color Navigation Link Requirements User Interface Navigation Keyboard Accessibility Timed Responce Forms UDC Evaluation Categories

10 5 Common Errors Improper Form Field Labeling and Error Message Handling Lack of full Keyboard Navigation Headers being chosen based on how they look rather than their structural value. Moving elements without a pause/play mechanism Data tables without proper mark up

11 Student using a microscope  Good example of Alt text: Photo of a Student  Poor example of Alt text: Alternative Text – Best Practices

12 Compliance Sheriff Testing How do you know if the image is missing alt text?

13 #navigation a:link { color:#fff; text-decoration:none; margin:0px 10px 0 10px; padding: 10px 6px 10px 6px; font-size:105%; font-weight:700; }Text color: White Background color: Red #navigation a:hover { color:#FC3; text-decoration:none; margin:0px 10px 0 10px; padding: 10px 6px 10px 6px; font-size:105%; font-weight:700; }Text color: yellow Background color: Red Compliance Sheriff How do you know if the page fails color contrast?

14 Example of same link text to refer to different resources error caught Link Requirement

15 Wave Toolbar How do you know if the form is missing ?

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