Guidelines and tools for Orange web accessibility
Accessibility, a benefit for all, a need for some!
Web accessibility definition #
An accessible web service can be used by anyone:
- A valid person,
- elderly people,
- people with disabilities (temporary or permanent).
and in all situations:
- with any kind of material: web browser, PC, MAC, mobile phones, tablet;
- in an unfavourable environment: poor luminosity, touchpad while moving, etc.;
- with specific software that compensates a disability.
Organization of this "Web" section #
List of the main criteria to take into account in the design phase, based on a subset of the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.1 level AA criteria.
Section for developers, everything you need to know to code accessible, the set of criteria WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.1 level AA, arranged by theme.
For those who want to check the accessibility of their pages with more or less automatic tools, whatever your profile: UX/UI designer, developer, tester, accessibility expert. Finally, all the methodological and technical tools to evaluate its pages.
The Va11ydette, our opensource tool that helps us during our audits and our declarations of conformity. It's a Web application, PWA (Progressive Web App), to test!
Method and internal and external tools that we use in our activity. In particular, the Orange design system, Orange Boosted, our fact sheets to have all the best accessibility practices, Personae to better understand accessibility issues...
Examples of components #
Didactic examples for certain types of components or interface elements that are particularly tricky to make accessible and frequently used. Everything is explained there, all you have to do is let yourself be guided!