Movement Strategy/Initiatives/Compatibility with Accessibility Guidelines
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Compatibility with Accessibility Guidelines
Improving the User Experience of the Wikimedia platform involves following Accessibility Guidelines. Those guidelines are mainly about making the platform more accessible to people with disabilities. They are also about improving other kinds of accessibility, like those without certain devices (for example: no computer mouse), users who only browse text and the color-blind.
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|Initiative||Project||Stakeholder type||Project lead||Geography of the project||Implementation Phase|
|12. Compatibility with Accessibility Guidelines||Overall Initiative Coordination|
|12. Compatibility with Accessibility Guidelines||WikiSpeech||Chapter|
Related documents and discussions
Some of the past discussions, texts and old versions of Movement Strategy recommendations that can provide further context to this initiative:
- Diversity recommendation #1: Introducing people-centered principles within the Wikimedia movement
- Diversity recommendation #2: Reaching a self-aware and dynamic structure aimed at community diversity and health
- Diversity recommendation #3: Redesigning the platforms for more diversity of people and content experiences
- Proposal:Create an accessibility committee (2009)