Evaluation and Repair Tools

Jon Gunderson
Division of Rehabilitation - Education Services
Designing Universally Accessible Web Resources
Phone: (217) 244-5870
e-mail: jongund@uiuc.edu
WWW: Presentations Homepage

Slides

  1. Goals
  2. Types of Tools
  3. Strengths of automated evaluation tools
  4. Weakness of automated evaluation tools
  5. Examples of problems
  6. HTML Validation Tool
  7. WebXACT (Web): Evaluation tool
  8. WebXACT (Web): Features
  9. WebXACT (Web): Example report
  10. A-Prompt: Evaluation and Repair Tool
  11. A-Prompt: Features
  12. A-Prompt: Image of User Interface
  13. A-Prompt: Configuration
  14. A-Prompt: Repair Report
  15. A-Prompt: Prompting for ALT text
  16. Accessibility Report in Dreamweaver MX
  17. Accessibility Report in Dreamweaver MX
  18. Accessibility Report in Dreamweaver MX
  19. Lift for Dreamweaver: Options
  20. Lift for Dreamweaver: Report
  21. Lift for Dreamweaver: Monitor
  22. Lift for Dreamweaver: Custom Tests
  23. Lift for Dreamweaver: Navigation Tests
  24. Web Accessibility Tool Bar: Home Page
  25. Web Accessibility Tool Bar: Images Toggle
  26. Web Accessibility Tool Bar: Grayscale
  27. Web Accessibility Tool Bar: Simulations
  28. Web Accessibility Tool Bar: Structure
  29. Web Accessibility Tool Bar: Validation
  30. Mozilla Accessibility Extension
  31. Mozilla Accessibility Extension: Links
  32. Mozilla Accessibility Extension: Headers
  33. Mozilla Accessibility Extension: Form Conrols
  34. Mozilla Accessibility Extension: High Contrast
  35. Mozilla Accessibility Extension: Disable Tables
  36. UIUC Web Accessibility Visualization Tool
  37. UIUC Web Accessibility Management Tool(WAMT)
  38. WebAIM List of Evaluation and Repair Tools
  39. Summary of Evaluation and Repair tools

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