- General knowledge of the web;
- Having followed a training on raising awareness of web accessibility;
- No technical background required.
- Knowing the accessibility criteria in terms of quality and being able to evaluate some of them;
- Being able to manage the integration of accessibility at the different stages of a Web project;
- Gathering indicators and scaling for costs and complexity;
- Identifying the issues and key elements to successfully take accessibility into account.
- Reminder on the legal requirements:
- International standard (WCAG);
- Current French standard (RGAA).
- Cross-disciplinary approach;
- Accessible content edition:
- Reminder on the rules of accessible content edition (headings hierarchy, links, etc.);
- Images alternatives and other media.
- Checking the accessibility:
- Presentation of tools (technical and methodologies) and reference documents;
- Automatizing tests: presentation of automatizing tools;
- Manual checking: practical exercise to run simple and quick manual tests.
- Compliance with the law:
- How to run acceptance tests on web accessibility? When to ask for an expert audit?
- Understanding the challenges and the differences between the web accessibility statement (compliance) and the web accessibility label/certification.
- Production follow-up:
- The developer’s tools;
- Production follow-up.
- Understanding the challenges for a company’s Purchase department in order to take accessibility into account as soon as possible:
- Writing requirements specifications;
- Choosing the provider.