Assessment

Usability and accessibility are different lenses to assess user experience. An accessibility assessment supports evaluation of IT systems for compliance with applicable statutes and policies. For a system to truly be accessible, it must be usable for the person employing assistive technology and provide an experience comparable to a person not using assistive technology. A usability assessment will identify design issues with the user interface that could be problematic for the end-user, and in some cases, prevent access to the systems' core functionality. Completion of both an accessibility and usability assessment is essential to providing the best possible user experience.

Factors to consider when performing the accessibility assessment:

  • Methods & Procedures
  • Setup and Support
  • Reporting

 

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