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Further guidance

The Information package for developers covers relevant information about standards and legislation, how authoring tools can support the web authors in different user scenarios.

We4Authors Cluster Information package for developers, PDF (766 kb), opens in new window

The mapping of user requirements with the accessibility features shows the user needs and accessibility requirements covered, as well as presents considerations useful for selecting future accessible-by-default features.

Mapping of user requirements with accessibility features, PDF (2,88 Mb), opens in new window

The relevance – ease of use – barriers matrix presents the analysis of three aspects which are important for the success of the features.

Matrix of user testing comparing relevance for end users/visitors, ease of use for web authors and potential back-end accessibility barriers, PDF (34 kb), opens in new window

The methodology and results of user testing and validation of feature prototypes shows how to ensure that the features are supporting web authors in the best way possible.

You can read more about user testing and validation on the User testing page

Cluster Partners

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Funded by the European Commission

We4Authors Cluster has received funding from the European Commission’s Work Programme 2019 for Pilot Projects and Preparatory Actions in the field of Communications Networks, Content and Technology.