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Evaluation Details

Browser/OS Used:

Firefox 15, Windows Live Essentials 2011

Adaptive Technology Used:

JAWS 13

Sakai Tool:

Profile2

Page(s) Tested /
Walkthrough Script:

Profile2/Profile walkthrough script

Date:

10-9-2012

QA Server:

Sakacle1-trunk.uits.indiana.edu

QA Server Environment:
(Copy from footer)

Sakai 2.9.0-rc01 (Kernel 1.3.0-rc01)

Evaluation Participants:

Walt Stover/Scott Williams

Evaluation Complete: (Yes / No):

Yes

Accessibility Issues and Recommended Solutions

Task / Subject

Results / Issue

Recommendations

Priority

JIRAs

Log in as a New User

Pass

 

 

 

Go to the Profile tool

Pass

 

 

 

Post a Status Update

Pass. No confirmation announced after posting. Focus remains on "Say it" button. Must arrow back up to find message.

 

 

 

Create/Edit Your Profile

Pass: Able to add nickname.
Fail:
Unable to arrow into Birthday field. Tabbing to the field activates the date-picker, which is inaccessible; Walt was only able to view some for the day/dates, and was not able to select a date with it. "Birthday read-only edit" announced when Walt arrowed to control. Form labels not apparent.
Pass: Able to save.

 

 

 

Add an image to your profile

Pass.

 

 

 

Search for people with common interests and view their profiles

Pass. Error message visible to sighted users was not announced when Walt checked the wrong box.

 

 

 

Make a Connection Request

Pass.

 

 

 

Accept a Connection Request

Pass.

 

 

 

Set Privacy controlsPass. Confirmation not announced, but Walt was able to arrow down to confirmation message.   
Set PreferencesPass.   
     

Priority Definitions

  • Critical: Issue will keep some/all users from being able to use this tool.
  • Major: Issue will cause significant difficulty to some/all users and should be revised.
  • Minor: Tool can be used successfully, but functionality will be significantly improved by fixing issue.
  • Trivial: Indicates that this issue has a relatively minor impact.