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Why taking accessibility into account while producing videos ?

Intervenant(s) : Sébastien Delorme
Langue : Français Niveau : Débutant Type d'événement : Conférence
Date : Mardi 6 juillet 2010 Horaire : 16h20 Durée : 20 minutes
Lieu : Bat. A22 - Amphi Darwin
Thèmes transversaux : Accessibilité

The Conference

For fear of costs and potential complexity, the question of accessibility for videos is often and quickly left apart. However, beyond social and society stake, taking accessibility into account for multimedia content is often very beneficial for referencement or internationalization.

First we well remind the various needs around accessibility of video elements (transcripts, subtitles, audio-description, transcription in sign language) and we will describe who they are necessary for and who they give confort to. For each of these elements we will try to analyze how they are taken into account in France and in a few other countries.

Through a state of the art of accessibility of videos on the Web and thanks to feedback and real cases, we will detail the various benefit of accessibility work done on videos.

The speaker

Sébastien Delorme is consultant for numeric accessibility in the Atalan firm. He plays part with advising and helping missions for clients like AREVA, Carrefour, Lafarge, Société Générale, SFR or SNCF. Sébastien is also in charge of teaching offers in Atalan and techincal chief for the AcceDe project.

With a Master degree in Management of Information Systems (IAE of Lyon and Grenoble), Sébastien is interested with standards and Web quality since several years. On the personal side, he is author of the Tentatives Accessibles blog, initiator of Planète Accessibilité and organisation member of Paris Web.

Finally, Sébastien is, since 2008, evaluation expert for AccessiWeb, referent expert for AccessiWeb 2.0 and member of the AccessiWeb working group.