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1 Kansas Partnership for Accessible Technology February 12, 2013 Meeting

2 ACCESSIBILITY STATUS OF STATE OF KANSAS WEBSITES

3 AMP Usage  211 Users  45 agencies

4 AMP Assessment

5 Assessment Sample  Matches last year’s for direct comparison  63 agency home page domains, as represented in the Agency Contact Listing page of the Communication Directory on the Department of Administration website (with corrections and a few additions)  Spidered each site up to 250 pages  Automated testing

6 Pages  11,031 pages scanned  11,084 last year  8,041 pages had one or more violations (72.9%)  Down from 9,292 pages (83.8%) last year  ~11% reduction in pages with violations

7 Agencies and Violations  Since last year, 70% of agencies have reduced their number of violations.  Overall and average numbers of violations dropped 35%, due to an overall elimination of almost 41,000 violations.

8 Numbers of Violations Δ High Severity Violations 55,210(48%) 34,470(46%) ↓ 38% Medium Severity Violations 11,533(10%) 9,994(13%) ↓ 13% Low Severity Violations 48,248(42%) 29,758(40%) ↓ 38% Total Violations 114,991 74,222 ↓ 35%

9 Most Frequent Violations (by Pages Affected) Best PracticeViolations Percentage of Pages with ViolationSeverityNoticeabilityTractability 1. Ensure the language of a document is set (1) 3,726 (5,918) 32% (52%) Provide valid labels for form fields (2) 7,763 (12,301) 28% (42%) Avoid the sole use of device dependent event handlers (7) 16,514 (25,363) 18% (17%) Ensure heading elements are properly ordered (5 (T)) 8,374 (38,957) 17% (18%) Provide alternative text for images (5 (T)) 6,928 (7,171) 14% (18%) 10 2 Last year’s info in parentheses

10 Most Frequent Violations (by Violation Count) Best PracticeViolations Percentage of Pages with ViolationSeverityNoticeabilityTractability 1. Avoid the sole use of device dependent event handlers (2) 16,514 (25,363) 18% (17%) Avoid unnecessary use of heading elements (–) 15,942 (–) 10% (–) Ensure heading elements are properly ordered (1) 8,374 (38,957) 17% (18%) Ensure keyboard focus is only assigned to elements that are defined as keyboard focusable without setting a tabindex (4) 8,035 (8,347) 7% (8%) Provide valid labels for form fields (3) 7,763 (12,301) 28% (42%) 1062 Last year’s info in parentheses

11 Most Severe Violations Best PracticeViolations Percentage of Pages with ViolationSeverityNoticeabilityTractability 1 (T). Provide alternative text for images (1 (T)) 6,928 (7,171) 14% (18%) (T). Provide valid labels for form fields (1 (T)) 7,763 (12,301) 28% (42%) (T). Ensure headers and cells are properly associated (1 (T)) 14 (4,043) 0% (24%) Avoid utilizing sub-tables in header elements (5) 50 (15) 0% (0%) (T). Avoid the sole use of device dependent event handlers (6 (T)) 16,514 (25,363) 18% (17%) (T). Ensure image buttons provide alternative text (12) 252 (311) 2% (2%) (T). Embed Flash Player content in a manner that exposes accessibility (6 (T)) 255 (650) 0% (2%) 874 Last year’s info in parentheses

12 Most Tractable Violations Best PracticeViolations Percentage of Pages with ViolationSeverityNoticeabilityTractability 1 (T). Provide alternative text for images (1 (T)) 6,928 (7,171) 14% (18%) (T). Provide valid labels for form fields (1 (T)) 7,763 (12,301) 28% (42%) (T). Avoid the sole use of device dependent event handlers (1 (T)) 16,514 (25,363) 18% (17%) (T). Ensure frame titles are meaningful (1 (T)) 991 (1,530) 4% (6%) (T). Provide valid, concise, and meaningful alternative text for image buttons (1 (T)) 252 (311) 2% (2%) (T). Ensure the language of a document is set (1 (T)) 3,726 (5,918) 32% (52%) (T). Avoid unnecessary use of heading elements (–) 15,942 (–) 10% (–) (T). Ensure hr elements utilize relative sizing (1 (T)) 40 (630) 0% (0%) 422 Last year’s info in parentheses

13 Three Year IT Management and Budget Plans

14 3 Year IT Plan Responses Completed an external web site accessibility assessment Based on 47 agency responses

15 3 Year IT Plan Responses

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17 IDEAS FOR ADDRESSING PDF ACCESSIBILITY ON KANSAS STATE WEB SITES David Herr, NetCentric Technologies

18 OPEN DISCUSSION

19 2013 MEETING SCHEDULE

20 Meeting Schedule  None of the options in the poll rose to the top as I’d hoped.  All in the first week of the month  Based on it and other feedback, we gave this, the second Tuesday, a try.  Would this work going forward?  Would put our next meeting on Tuesday, April 9, 2:30–4:30


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