WAI-Tools Project 29 November 2017 Brussels, Belgium

WAI-Tools Project 29 November 2017 Brussels, Belgium

WAI-TOOLS PROJECT OPEN MEETING 29 NOVEMBER 2017 BRUSSELS, BELGIUM Horizon 2020 Project Grant Agreement 780057 AGENDA Overview on the Open Meeting 09:00 10:00

10:20 10:40 11:00 11:20 12:00 Start 10:20 About WAI-Tools 10:40 WP1 Development of Test Rules 11:00 WP2 Deployment of Test Rules 11:20 WP3 Integration of Test Rules 12:00 Open discussion

Adjourn KEY FIGURES Web Accessibility Initiative Advanced Decision Support Tools for Scalable Web Accessibility Assessments (WAI-Tools) Horizon 2020 Innovation Action Started on 1 s t November 2017 Project duration of 36 months Coordinated by ERCIM/W3C PROJECT PARTNERS

European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM), European host for World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Siteimprove, Denmark Accessibility Foundation, Netherlands Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi), Norway Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal University of Lisbon, Portugal Deque Research, Netherlands PRESENTERS TODAY

Shadi Abou-Zahra, W3C Wilco Fiers, Deque Daniela Di Gianantonio, Siteimprove Eric Velleman, Accessibility Foundation Jorge Fernandes, FCT Dagfinn Romen, Difi Carlos Duarte, FCID OBJECTIVE 1 Build a common set o f We b A c c e s s i b i l i t y C o n f o r m a n c e Te s t

(ACT) Rules from W3C, to provide an interpretation for evaluation tools and methodologies based on the W3C We b C o n t e n t Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) OBJECTIVE 2 Help increase the

level of automation i n w e b ac c e s s i b i l i t y evaluation through defining test rules, and bleeding edge technologies which are increasingly available today PROJECT DELIVERABLES WAI-Tools consists of five main work areas:

Work Work Work Work Work Package Package Package Package Package

1: 2: 3: 4: 5: Development of Test Rules Deployment of Test Rules Integration of Test Rules Engagement and Outreach Management and Reporting

WP3 3.3 Test Data Analysis Tool DELIVERABLE RELATIONSHIPS 2.3 Apply Norway 3.2 Report Tool Automated & Manual 2.1 Open Format

2.2 Apply Portugal 3.1 Accessibility Statement Generator WP2 WP1 Iterative 1.3 Validation of the Test Rules

1.2 Implementation of the Test Rules 1.1 Definition of the Test Rules Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 WP1 DEVELOPMENT OF TEST RULES Tasks included in this Work Package:

D1.1 Create Test Rules D1.2 Implement Test Rules D1.3 Validate Test Rules These tasks are carried out concurrently throughout the duration of the project, using the W3C ACT Rules Format 1.0 specification and review process. The intended outcome is a vetted set of W3C ACT Rules. ACCESSIBILITY CONFORMANCE TESTING (ACT) Task Force of W3C Accessibility Guidelines Working Group (AGWG), to develop a common set of automated, semi-automated, and manual test rules that are aligned with WCAG 2:

ACT Rules Format defines the structure of ACT Rules ACT Review Process for vetting contributed test rules ACT Rules Repository of the authoritative ACT Rules These are current work-in-progress within the W3C ACT Task Force. D1.1 CREATE TEST RULES Following the ACT Rules Format 1.0 Prioritize on WCAG 2.1 for 2018 Focus on broad collaboration Automatic and semi-automatic rules in Auto-WCAG Manual rules, tbd

D1.2 IMPLEMENT TEST RULES Test rules will be implemented into existing tools: aXe-core (open source) Siteimprove (to be open sourced) Independent implementations to demonstrate applicability First line vetting of test rules D1.3 VALIDATE TEST RULES According to ACT TF review process List of websites for validation purposes

Check list of websites (manually) Validate test rules against websites: Automated, semi-automated, and manual w3.org/WAI/GL/task-forces/conformance-testing/wiki/ACT_Review_Process WP2 DEPLOYMENT OF TEST RULES Tasks included in this Work Package: D2.1 Define Format for Test Results D2.2 Apply to Portuguese Observatory D2.3 Apply to Norwegian Observatory

D2.1 DEFINE FORMAT FOR TEST RESULTS Based on the Evaluation and Report Language (EARL) Possibly also the Test Case Description Language (TCDL) Independent implementations by Siteimprove and Deque Proof-of-concept importing into WCAG-EM Report Tool Possibly also Portuguese and Norwegian observatories D2.2 APPLY TO PORTUGUESE OBSERVATORY Introduce the battery of tests of the project Currently automatic check; Introduce semi-automatic checks

Introduce the Accessibility Statement Repository - How to build an Observatory (Open Source code available) D2.3 APPLY TO NORWEGIAN OBSERVATORY Public sector authority body Monitoring and audits Indicators, that build on a documented interpretation of WCAG Deploy new rule format WP3 INTEGRATION OF TEST RULES

Tasks included in the Work Package: D3.1 Develop Accessibility Statement Generator D3.2 Extended Web Accessibility Reporting Tool D3.3 Large-Scale Data Browser of Test Results D3.1 ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT GENERATOR Guidance on providing accessibility statements Align with on-going WADEX work Aligned with WCAG Conformance Claims Manual generator, similar to WCAG-EM Report Tool

D3.2 WEB ACCESSIBILITY REPORTING TOOL Support importing automated results https://www.w3.org/WAI/eval/report-tool/ D3.3 DATA BROWSER OF TEST RESULTS Proof-of-concept of a tool for browsing evaluation results, comparing data from different sources and benchmarking accessibility ranks. Processes large amounts of results stored in open data format Data analysis based on use cases developed in the community

Explores basic visualizations and analytics, including high-level aggregations as well as drilling down to specific website results Will showcase how different stakeholders (monitoring agencies, regulators, public bodies) can benefit from standardized accessibility statements. WP3 3.3 Test Data Analysis Tool DELIVERABLE RELATIONSHIPS 2.3 Apply Norway

3.2 Report Tool Automated & Manual 2.1 Open Format 2.2 Apply Portugal 3.1 Accessibility Statement Generator WP2

WP1 Iterative 1.3 Validation of the Test Rules 1.2 Implementation of the Test Rules 1.1 Definition of the Test Rules Phase 1 Phase 2

Phase 3 PROJECT SCHEDULE Year 1: November 2017 October 2018 Definition, implementation, and validation of test rules Definition of open Format for test results (D2.1) W3C Accessibility Statement with generator (D3.1) Year 2: November 2018 October 2019 Definition, implementation, and validation of test rules Apply test rules in Portuguese observatory (D2.2)

Import functionality in WCAG-EM Report Tool (D3.2) Year 3: November 2019 October 2020 Definition, implementation, and validation of test rules Apply test rules in Norwegian observatory (D2.3) Prototype large-scale open data browser (D3.3) DISCUSSION, QUESTIONS, AND ANSWERS Shadi Abou-Zahra, W3C Wilco Fiers, Deque Daniela Di Gianantonio, Siteimprove

Eric Velleman, Accessibility Foundation Jorge Fernandes, FCT Dagfinn Romen, Difi Carlos Duarte, FCID THANK YOU w3.org/WAI/Tools Hori zon 2020 Project G r a n t A g r e e m en t 7 8 0 0 5 7

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