Accessibility developer

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Time Commitment: At least one hour per week.

As a developer you will be able to identify accessibility bugs, log them, and even recommend fixes. Before you get started, you will want to take a few minutes to become familiar with JIRA which is the program we will use to track issues.

You can start by taking a look at our projects, or jumping right into JIRA. The following are some basic instructions to help you get started:

Claim an issue

  1. Sign in to JIRA at and click on "Issues" from the list in the left navigation.
  2. Under the heading “Unresolved: By Priority” select one of the categories to view the issues listed.
  3. Read through the different issues by clicking on them. If there is one that you feel you would like to work on, click the “Assign To Me” button.
  4. Get to work!

Create an issue

  1. Click on the button in the top right-hand corner that says “Create Issue”.
  2. Under “Project” it should say “Accessibility”.
  3. Under “Issue Type” you will need to select the best description of your issue.
  4. If you have questions on filling out the issue, review Filling out a JIRA issue.

If you are not yet assigned as a developer and would like to be one, contact Christopher.

For more information and training on web accessibility, review the pages listed under "Project Resources" on the right side of the page.

This page was last modified on 1 December 2013, at 15:50.

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