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https://pad.gpii.net/p/community-meeting-2017-01-11-rjj4njd

GSoC 2017 Ideas

  • Game to teach keyboard shortcuts
  • Automate a11y tests for Infusion using gpii-webdriver
  • interactive accessible multi-colour palette tool
    • https://www.dropbox.com/s/6eqqrjlwi7aob8i/Colour%20palettes%20.pdf?dl=0
    • Accessible colour palettes that have more than two colours (most current ones only have two)
    • This could be a useful widget to be able to connect to projects like Chart Authoring ("choose accessible palette")
    • could add colours as desired
    • Export to CSS / Stylus / swatches, etc.
    • Include a contrast mode for monochrome themes
  • AChecker
  • Video player? does this need work?
  • WCAG Game
    • Learn each principle beyond just accessibiliy - how WCAG can help make for better designs in general.
    • i.e. How the "Understandable" principle is a good design principle, not just for accessibility.
  • Interactive "Flowers and Petals" Inclusive Design tool
    • define petals
    • print off an empty template
    • web-based for collaborations
  • Inclusive design guide adaptations:
    • features to allow adaptations of the Guide for different audiences
    • allow a user to pick and choose cards to adapt or print
    • student can even create an adaptation if there's time.
  • Game to teach about privacy concepts? This could extend from current privacy work and wireframes
  • Responsive program that observes what you are doing on the computer and gives you hints -- digital literacy
    • something related, but smaller scale could be things like the "mini assessments" for sticky keys and etc in the first discovery tool
  • Poetry Map a11y
  • Sonification prototyping tool
    • quickly share, iterate, and collaborate on sonfications of data
  • Something related to Math accessibility?
  • Accessible business way finding tool
  • Expansion of the first discovery tool into a game -- targeted for the Oak project populations
  • Remote co-design tools
    • Multiplexing audio streams (so a remote user can hear another participant's screen reader and mic)
    • Maybe even a list of tools and practices a co-design newbie can follow to use it
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