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Accessibility measurement baselines everyone can apply
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With Global Accessibility Awareness Day yesterday, this is a presentation/hands-on session with interested folks, with two core parts:

  1. presenting useful baseline of dos and dont's for enabling more users to interact with your interface and
  2. looking at product examples together and provide instant feedback.

Come by with your questions, we will work in the group and orient on finding which topics to focus on.
Beginner to advanced knowledge, both welcome.
Time/Location: 16:00-17:00 @ Gallery Hacking Room table #3 in the back

Included covered documentation:

Additional possible working topics aside from above:
Updating above resources with WCAG 2.1 and its 4 principles

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Volker_E renamed this task from Accessibility measurement baselines everyone can apply easily to Accessibility measurement baselines everyone can apply.May 15 2019, 12:55 PM
Volker_E updated the task description. (Show Details)

Accessibility testing tools: The personal favorite and currently most reliable is deque aXe.

@Volker_E: Did this session take place? If it did, please feel free to create any potential follow-up tasks and set the status of this task to "Resolved" via the Add Action...Change Status dropdown. Thanks a lot!

Yup, this happened! Resolving.
Also, here are the notes that I took for myself during the session:

(more was discussed, but that's all I wrote)

Thanks @Quiddity, that's an excellent summary.
Looking forward to the changes at Catalan Wikipedia homepage. :)

Yay, thanks.
Out of curiosity, is there a wiki page where I could find these recommendations, similar to ?

@Aklapper Yes, for sure. MediaWiki Accessibility guide for developers (already linked in task description), others and myself have updated it a bit recently. And I'm planning to continuously iterate it with clearer structure over the coming months.