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Roundtable Discussion: A Call to ARRM - Accessibility Roles and Responsibilities Mapping 2021 Status Update

taught by: Denis Boudreau, Bill Tyler, Sean Kelly
co-presented by: Jennifer Chadwick, Michael Mistak, Lewis Phillips


Session Summary

The Accessibility Roles and Responsibility Mapping (ARRM) is a framework developed by the W3C’s EOWG to help teams break down Web accessibility requirements by roles.


Description

The Accessibility Roles and Responsibilities Mapping (ARRM) project introduces a framework to “shift accessibility responsibilities left” by providing the tools to apply a custom RACI matrix to accessibility checklists. Come take part in our workshop, and discover how it can help empower your team to more successfully tackle accessibility challenges!


Practical Skills

  • Learn how to break down Web accessibility requirements by roles.
  • Discover a framework to help make your cross-functional team be more successful with WCAG.
  • Offer clarity to your team members, as they tackle the many challenges brought forward by accessibility.