- there are no commercially-available prototyping tools that we know of, that allow the creation of an interactive prototype that is keyboard and screen-reader accessible (Dana also checked in with Whitney Quesenberry about this, who confirmed the same)
- how can we create accessible prototypes most efficiently?
- we looked at the possibility of hacking the output from Adobe CC XD, but this seems unfeasible, as they output the screens just as images with active touch areas
- this might be advantageous also because we would be able to build on what we have for the prototype when implementing the “shipped product”
- for now, on the privacy project, we’ll proceed with creating a prototype in CC XD, and will consider how we can make the testing process accessible (e.g. by providing active screen-reading or screen-touching for the user)