The accessibility MVP
- Tuesday, May 10, 2016, 8:30 am Central
- Location: JBWS 265 24
In agile terms, the MVP or minimum viable product has just enough features to allow a product to be deployed or released, and no more. It's a great starting point for further iteration, customer feedback, and learning. Often when we approach accessibility, it's seen as an all-or-nothing thing—which makes taking it on seem more expensive and overwhelming than it needs to be. In this course, Devon introduces the idea of creating a minimum viable product for accessibility, focusing on keyboard, images, and forms. Tackling the most important aspects of accessibility first is a great way to make serious headway to creating a site or app that works for everyone.
- Why it's powerful to start with keyboards, images, and forms in testing
- How a focus on KIF as a beginning benefits a wide range of users
- Quick and easy ways to test for each area
- How to bring actionable methods back to your organization