Accessibility Keywords for Data Mining

List of accessibility keywords

How do you know what your customers with a disability are sharing with your company’s feedback forms and surveys? Is there an option for them to self-declare they have a disability? Probably not. The following list of keywords has been compiled from various sources and will help you data mine your customer feedback to find the voice of your disabled customers.

Sarah Margolis-Greenbaum and I will be talking about what we learned via this list at our upcoming Trickle-Down Accessibility talk at CSUN 2018.

Contribute to this list via the a11y-data-keywords project on GitHub.

  • 508
  • access technology
  • access tech
  • accessibility
  • ada
  • acb
  • afb
  • anxiety
  • anxious
  • aoda
  • asl
  • assistance
  • assistive
  • assisted technology
  • assistive technology
  • blind
  • braille
  • brain
  • brain injury
  • computer skills
  • daisy
  • deaf
  • depression
  • dictation
  • difficulties
  • disabilities
  • disability
  • disabled
  • disabled veteran
  • discriminate
  • discrimination
  • dragon
  • dyslexia
  • dyslexic
  • enlarged
  • family circumstances
  • font
  • handicap
  • handicapped
  • hard of hearing
  • headings
  • health
  •  health issues
  •  hearing loss
  • help
  • hospital
  • illness
  • illustrations
  • impair
  • impaired
  • impairment
  • jaws
  • large font
  • large print
  • legally blind
  • legally deaf
  • limited vision
  • low vision
  • magic
  • mobile accessibility
  • mute
  • nfb
  • nonvisual desktop access
  • nvda
  • print
  • print impairment
  • rehab
  • rehabilitation
  • screen access
  • screen magnification
  • screen magnifier
  • screen reader
  • serotek
  • sighted
  • system access
  • talkback
  • tbi
  • total blind
  • total blindness
  • totally blind
  • transcripts
  • traumatic
  • traumatic brain injury
  • treatment
  • veteran
  • veterans
  • voice
  • voiceover
  • vpat
  • vrs
  • wcag
  • window-eyes
  • zoom
  • zoomtext

Author: Ted

Accessibility is more than making sure images have alternate text. I work with engineers, product managers, and designers to understand how accessibility impacts the users, set realistic deadlines, and create the solutions to provide a delightful experience to all users, regardless of their physical, sensory, or cognitive ability.

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