WTP/Accessibility/Helios/template

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[Instructions: WTP subprojects should copy this template to a wiki page, named similar to WTP/Accessibility/Helios/<subproject name>/, fill in their project name, remove these instructions in brackets, then fill in the checklist data.]

This data is an unofficial, working copy for a sub-project. The rolled up version for Helios requirements will be a consolidated summary of the individual ones.


Software checklist

The full, original check list can be found at http://www-03.ibm.com/able/guidelines/software/accesssoftware.html. Please refer to it for full text and links.


1

Keyboard access

Yes No
Planned
N/A
Comments
1.1 Provide keyboard equivalents ...    
1.2 Do not interfere with keyboard accessibility features ...    
2

Object information

Yes No
Planned
N/A
Comments
2.1 Provide a visual focus indicator ...    
2.2 Provide semantic information about user interface objects ...    
2.3 Associate labels with controls, objects, icons and images ...    
2.4 When electronic forms are used, the form shall allow people using assistive technology to access the information ...    
3 Sounds and multimedia Yes No
Planned
N/A
Comments
3.1 Provide an option to display a visual cue for all audio alerts.    
3.2 Provide accessible alternatives to significant audio and video.    
3.3 Provide an option to adjust the volume.    
4 Display Yes No
Planned
N/A
Comments
4.1 Provide text through standard system function calls ...    
4.2 Use color as an enhancement ...    
4.3 Support system settings for high contrast ...    
4.4 When color customization is supported, provide a variety of color selections ...    
4.5 Inherit system settings for font, size, and color ...    
4.6 Provide an option to display animation in a non-animated presentation mode.    
5 Timing Yes No
Planned
N/A
Comments
5.1 Provide an option to adjust the response times on timed instructions ...    
5.2 Do not use flashing or blinking text, ...    

Documentation Checklist

The full, original check list can be found at http://www-03.ibm.com/able/guidelines/documentation/accessdoc.html. Please refer to it for full text and links.

  Checkpoint Yes/No

Planned

N/A
Comments
1. Provide documentation in an accessible format.    
  1.1 Non-text Content: ...    
  1.2 Information and relationships: ...    
  1.3 Color and contrast: ...    
  1.4 Meaningful sequence:...    
  1.5 Forms:...    
  1.6 Tables: ...    
  1.7 Threshold violations: ...    
  1.8 Navigation: ...    
  1.9 Language of page: ...    
2. Document all accessibility features    
  2.1 Provide documentation on all accessibility ...    

Web Checklist

The full, original check list can be found at http://www-03.ibm.com/able/guidelines/web/accessweb.html. Please refer to it for full text and links.


# Section title Yes No

Planned

N/A
Comments

 1.1

Text alternatives: ...

1.1a

Text alternatives. ...

 

 

1.1b

Non-text content. ...

 

 

1.1c

Image maps. ...

 

 

 1.2

Time-based media: ...

1.2a

Captions. ...

 

 

1.2b

Audio and video (prerecorded). ...

 

 

1.2c

Live multimedia. ...

 

 

 1.3

Adaptable: ...

1.3a

Information and relationships. ...

 

 

1.3b

Removed: ...

 

 

1.3c

Meaningful sequence. ...

 

 

1.3d

Forms. ...

 

 

1.3e

Tables....

 

 

1.3f

Cascading style sheets. ...

 

 

1.3g

Sensory characteristics. ...

 

 

 1.4

Distinguishable: ...

1.4a

Use of color....

 

 

1.4b

Audio control. ...

 

 

 2.1

Keyboard Accessible: ...

2.1a

Keyboard. ...

 

 

2.1b

Scripts. ...

 

 

2.1c

Applets, plug-ins, and non-HTML content. ...

 

 

2.1d

No keyboard trap....

 

 

 2.2

Enough Time. ...

2.2a

Adjust time response. ...

 

 

2.2b

Pause, stop, hide....

 

 

 2.3

Seizures: ...

2.3a

Flashing Content or below threshold. ...

 

 

 2.4

Navigable: ...

2.4a

Navigational features. ...

 

 

2.4b

Removed: ...

 

 

2.4c

Frames. ...

 

 

2.4d

Page titles....

 

 

2.4e

Focus order....

 

 

2.4f

Link purpose....

 

 

 3.1

Readable: ...

3.1a

Language of page. ...

 

 

 3.2

Predictable. ...

3.2a

On focus. ...

 

 

3.2b

On input....

 

 

 3.3

Input Assistance: ...

3.3a

Error identification. ...

 

 

3.3b

Labels or instructions. ...

 

 

 4.1

Compatible: ...

4.1a

Parsing. ...

 

 

4.1b

Name, role, value. ...

 

 

 4.2

Ensure that content is accessible ...

4.2a

Text-only page. ...

 

 

4.2b

Accessibility-supported technologies only. ...