Webinar: Agile Accessibility Requirements at Scale
published by Ben Allen
In August 2020, I presented a webinar, hosted by Deque, called Agile Accessibility Requirements at Scale: How PNC incorporates accessibility requirements into agile practice.
During the webinar I demonstrate how my team at PNC approaches the problem of writing accessibility requirements for lots of Agile software development teams. In addition to using a design system, and a component library, our team created an "Accessibility Acceptance Criteria Library" ("AC library" for short). The AC library is a relatively novel idea and it's worked great for our teams' needs.
I really enjoyed the webinar. It was well attended (250+ people) and the Q&A was great. I'm hoping to submit the same talk to Deque's axe-con.
If you want to learn more about how we use a design system, component library, and AC library to write accessibility requirements, you can request the recording for Agile Accessibility Requirements at Scale: How PNC incorporates accessibility requirements into agile practice.