Uma análise do aplicativo Moodle Mobile para pessoas com deficiência visual
Saito, Isaac Mitsuaki
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Due to the rapid evolution in the efficiency and the popularity of mobile devices, these devices have become essential for the daily lives of most people. In this context, accessibility tools and techniques must follow this progress in order to guarantee the accessibility for people with disabilities to the resources provided by these devices. This work seeks to identify which techniques, resources, and guidelines are the most used to support the design and evaluation of accessible mobile applications, with a focus on visual impairment. A systematic mapping was carried out to verify the state of the art in accessibility recommendations for mobile applications, for later analysis of the Moodle Mobile application. Based on the systematic mapping results and considering the characteristics of the tested application, the WCAG 2.1 was chosen as the guideline to be used in the analysis of the application. The results of this analysis were documented by principle and tested against its success criteria. Each of the WCAG 2.1 success criteria was tested when applicable, and adaptations were made to the criterion if necessary. In case of failure, the criterion was identified and mapped along with the location where it occurs in the application. With the presentation of all the criteria that were sufficient or failed, it was concluded that the Moodle Mobile application is not in conformance according to the guidelines used in this work.
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