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- For review: Prototype
- Previous mockup feedback: Incorporated into prototype
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- Planning and Managing Web Accessibility: Provides background on previous work on Planning related resources.
- Start with Accessibility: Includes content related to project management activities.
- Aiming for Excellence: Accessibility at a Fortune 50 Company: Paul Schantz's write up of CSUN2015 talk by Target's Toby Erickson
- Accessibility at the BBC: Paul Schantz's write up of CSUN2015 talk by BBC's Ian Pouncey
- Accessibility in the Web Project Lifecycle: Paul Schantz's write up of CSUN2015 talk by Denis Boudreau. Particularly liked the quote 'accessibility is not a project with start and end dates, it’s a program. A lifelong, ongoing program'.
- Accessibility in an Agile World: Paul Schantz's write up of CSUN2015 talk by Salesforce's Jesse Hausler and Cordelia McGee-Tubb.
- Purchasing Accessible EIT Products: A Suggested Campus Procurement Process: Paul Schatz's write up of CSUN2015 talk by CSUN folks.
- Accessibility for Project Managers: Henny Swan's blog article. Covers core aspects of project structure and how accessibility should be integrated.
- It is time to let go of the waterfall model of accessibility: Karl Groves outlines how writing requirements specs and creating approval milestones is not as effective as a more agile role-the-sleeves-up and get in there approach.
- OptionKeys: Plan for accessibility: Extremely light list of things to consider by stage.
- Accessibility Planning and Resource Guide for Cultural Administrators: This covers accessibility planning in a much broader context, but there are parallels with web accessibility planning.
- Budgeting for Your Web Accessibility Plans: A bit too much detail for this resource perhaps, but an interesting overview of budgeting considerations.
- Indicators for Institutional Web Accessibility: List of indicators of good web accessibility strategy being in place. Could be used to flip round as possible activities that will help.
- Planning for accessibility: AccessiQ provide a simple overview of planning for accessibility. nice easy breakdown of the two challenges: fixing what's there and making sure new stuff is accessible.
- Explore the types of people who would have an interest in accessibility planning and what their needs are
- Planning/Content Analysis
- Completed initial analysis of available WAI content and content needs
- Planning/Information Architecture
- Completed analysis of card sorting exploration of planning activities
- Confirmed activity concepts and focus
- Added any missing activities
- Planning/Resource Name
- Explore what the best name for the resource would be
- Considered various page templates
- Explored content needs per page