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Baking Accessibility In Using Agile - Fronteers 2014

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Slides from my #fronteers14 talk in Amsterdam, October 2014.

Looking at how we bake accessibility and other good practices into how we work day-to-day, so they aren't an afterthought.

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Baking Accessibility In Using Agile - Fronteers 2014

  1. 1. BAKING IN ACCESSIBILITY WITH AGILE Fronteers Conf Amsterdam, October 2014 Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  2. 2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kodomut/3667608102/ Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  3. 3. I REALLY CARE ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY – BEING INCLUSIVE IS IMPORTANT Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  10. 10. ACCESSIBILITY & INCLUSION ARE BROAD TOPICS THINK BEYOND SCREENREADERS & COLOUR BLINDNESS (BUT DON’T FORGET THEM!) Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  11. 11. A US Survey Estimated… • 8.2% - difficulty lifting or grasping • 6.3% - cognitive, mental or emotional impairment • 3.3% - vision impairment • 3.1% - hearing impairment Source: http://www.interactiveaccessibility.com/accessibility-statistics Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  13. 13. WE KNOW ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY, RIGHT? Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  14. 14. • Progressive enhancement • Graceful degradation • Offline-first • Mobile-first • *-first • Contrast analyzer • Accessibility audits Best Good Practices Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  15. 15. IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT DESIGN AND TECH, IT’S ABOUT CONTENT TOO Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  16. 16. “One measure of literacy is the percentage of adults who perform at four achievement levels: Below Basic, Basic, Intermediate, and Proficient. 13 percent of adults were at or above Proficient (indicating they possess the skills necessary to perform complex and challenging literacy activities) in 2003. Twenty-two percent of adults were Below Basic (indicating they possess no more than the most simple and concrete literacy skills)” Source: http://nces.ed.gov/fastfacts/display.asp?id=69 Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  19. 19. IT’S ALSO ABOUT BROAD & INCLUSIVE USER RESEARCH & USABILITY TESTING Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  20. 20. ANTI-PATTERN BUT HOW OFTEN DO WE TRY TO RUSH IT IN AT THE END? Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  24. 24. PATTERN WRITE DOWN YOUR TEAM VALUES Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  26. 26. http://xprogramming.com/articles/refactoring-not-on-the-backlog/ Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  29. 29. PATTERN MAKE INCLUSIVITY & ACCESSIBILITY PART OF YOUR VALUES Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  31. 31. PATTERN ARRANGE YOUR WORK AS DELIBERATE PRACTICE Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  35. 35. WE’RE GOOD AT WHAT WE PRACTISE, PROVIDING WE CAN LEARN FROM IT Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  36. 36. DELIBERATE PRACTICE • You must be motivated to attend to the task and exert effort to improve your performance. • The design of the task should take into account your pre-existing knowledge so that the task can be correctly understood after a brief period of instruction. • You should receive immediate informative feedback and knowledge of results of your performance. • You should repeatedly perform the same or similar tasks. Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  37. 37. MODELS OF DELIBERATE PRACTICE • Sports Model – analogous to conditioning • Chess Model – what did the grand master do? • Music Model – chunking & mental rehearsal Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  38. 38. IS THE WORK DESIGNED IN A WAY THAT MAKES IT EFFECTIVE DELIBERATE PRACTICE? Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  39. 39. https://www.flickr.com/photos/psd/8451589322/ Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  40. 40. PRO TIP: REMEMBER TO TALK ABOUT WHETHER YOU’RE HOLDING TO YOUR TEAM VALUES IN YOUR RETROS https://www.flickr.com/photos/psd/8002453131 Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  41. 41. AS AN ASIDE… DO RETROSPECTIVES RATHER THAN POST MORTEMS FOR A POST MORTEM, FIRST SOMETHING HAS TO DIE Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  42. 42. PATTERN ACCESSIBILITY TESTING KATAS Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  44. 44. PATTERN DEFINE “DONE” APPROPRIATELY Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  45. 45. HUMAN SKILL DEVELOPMENT Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  46. 46. ANTI-PATTERN SAYING “THAT’LL COST YOU EXTRA” Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  49. 49. WE ARE PROFESSIONALS, DAMMIT YOU WOULDN’T CHARGE EXTRA FOR TESTING, WOULD YOU? WHY MAKE ACCESSIBILITY AN OPTIONAL, ADDED EXTRA?! Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
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  51. 51. Bake Good Practices In • Articulate team values • Value inclusivity & accessibility • Arrange your work as deliberate practice • Do accessibility testing katas • Define “done” appropriately & inclusively • Remember skills take time to become automatic Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager
  52. 52. BE AWESOME BE INCLUSIVE Meri Williams, ChromeRose @Geek_Manager

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