Design system team weeknotes: Issue 4

Accessibility in our user journeys

What we did

Automated testing running on coop.co.uk
On the left: Terminal output of the automated tests. On the right the guided manual tests (question and answer at the bottom).
Minor to critical accessibility issues on an online whiteboard

What’s next

Our roadmap

  1. 100% pass rate for components in the design system.
  2. A first pass accessibility framework being used by a product team.
  3. New accessibility documentation in the design system.
  1. Making working with our components and front-end easier by creating better documentation.
  2. Making development of new components easier.
  1. Understand users, content and direction for the main design system website
  2. Understand the tech approach for the future
  3. Understand adoption of the current design system with 3rd parties/agencies to identify potential pain points we can fix in future versions
  4. Understand the contribution model of the design system and how we can simplify it in the future, whilst still upholding our high standards
  1. Fix accessibility test fails.
  2. Maintain community input and create backlog of future work.

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Service and interaction design. Product, team management and front-end engineering. matt.tyas.fyi

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Service and interaction design. Product, team management and front-end engineering. matt.tyas.fyi

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