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4th European eAccessibility Forum


eAccessibility of Public Services in Europe

12/04/2010, 9:00 - 18:00
Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie - Paris, France

 
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Considering accessibility in a public service quality approach: Reno.

Gautier BARRERE (Luxembourg )
Ministry of public administration and administrative renovation - Luxembourg
gautier.barrere (at) ctie.etat.lu

Laurent DENIS (Paris)
Temesis
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Speaker's information


photo Barrere

Psychologist ergonomist specialized training in web user experience, Gautier Barrère is project manager and coordinator of the unit "Internet Presence" within the Technology Center of Information of the State Government of Luxembourg. After practicing several years as an independent in the Benelux area, he is now participating in the establishment of Reno, the quality approach to public websites of Luxembourg. He is also member of the standardization group X35E "Software ergonomics" (AFNOR) and the "France-Luxembourg Usability Profesional Association chapter" (www.flupa.eu).

 
Photo Laurent DenisNo text was provided for this author.
 

Summary


Notice : The short papers of this conference have been prepared by BrailleNet who accept any responsibility for them. But presentation materials provided for download (full-papers or slides) have been provided by the authors themselves.

At this workshop, the authors continued the premises exposed during their conference "Taking account of accessibility in web quality process ReNo Luxembourg government" putting the audience in a concrete situation of quality management (including accessibility) of a broad portfolio of web projects :

- what specific actions are required ?
- how do we advance the WCAG 2.0 ?
- WCAG 1.0 vs WCAG 2.0 : our feedback
- impacts of specific WCAG 2.0 on different trades ?
- feedback on the implementation of the ReNo approach
- policy of monitoring the quality of online websites

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