I’m reaching out to connect with any folks who are interested in, or are working to advance, accessibility in Asana.
Accessibility is important because it breaks down barriers for people experiencing vision, cognition or motor function challenges. When we design digital tools and content with these experiences in mind, or when we make our digital tools more compatible with assistive technologies (screen readers, magnifiers, alternative keyboards, e.g.), we can improve accessibility for everyone.
Asana has made a public commitment to accessibility, and I’d love to know about what the roadmap towards WCAG 2.1 AA Guidelines looks like – are we 6 months away, or 5 years away from that goal? What aspects of accessibility will be tackled first, and what will take more time?
I’d also love to hear from anyone with use cases to share about how they made Asana more accessible. Are there features you use, or avoid, to make the tool more accessible to more people?