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6th European eAccessibility Forum
Putting eAccessibility at the core of information systems

26/03/2012, 9:00 - 18:00
Cité des sciences et de l'industrie, Paris

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Project Methodologies

Denis Boulay (Paris, France)
BrailleNet Association

Laurent Denis (Paris)

Sebastien Delorme (Paris)

Jean-Pierre Villain (Paris)

Olivier Rabet (Paris)

Speaker's information

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Denis Boulay is a member of Braillenet association e-accessibility team since 1999. He is in charge of e-accessibility standards promotion and development. He was part of several european projects about e-accessibility and deeply contributed to AccessiWeb development and success.

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Laurent Denis has been working with Temesis since 2005 where he leads the training program.Editor in chief of the OpenWeb project, he has published numerous articles on the subject. He is one of the RGAA (Référentiel général d'Accessibilité pour les Administrations) authors and AccessiWeb expert. He has published numerous articles on its personal blog, Blog & Blues.

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Sébastien Delorme is in charge of the AcceDe project for Atalan.

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Accessibility expert at Qelios. AccessiWeb Lecturer for experts training, Jean-Pierre Villain is one of the leading figures of e-Accessibility in France.

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Olivier Rabet is accessibility expert at la Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie.



Warning : Please see the video for the full discussion, as it happened during the forum. The following text is just a short abstract.

WCAG 2.0 is the standard for Web accessibility developed by W3C/WAI. WCAG 2.0 provides prioritized objectives organised in three levels A, AA, AAA, but it leaves developers free of their methodology for achieving these goals. Methodologies are proposed that aim to establish milestones to compliance with WCAG 2.0 and if necessary to measure the distance remaining before reaching compliance is fully completed. These implementation methodologies depend on the context and constraints of a Web project.

This Roundtable brought together actors from the Web world, heavily involved in accessibility. They were asked to present and discuss implementation methodologies of WCAG2.0 that they have had to develop to meet project constraints. Several questions were addressed : How can we make processes more automate? How do we reduce costs ? What is the end-user role in all these processes?



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