The purpose of the accessibility project is to identify, prioritize, and recommend solutions for accessibility problems across all Church technology products and provide a resource for developers to receive feedback on the accessibility of their products.
If you are interested in joining and contributing to the accessibility project, here are the steps to get started:
- Sign in to this website (Tech.LDS.org) using the login button in the top right corner. You will sign in using your LDS Account. If you don't have an LDS Account go to  to register for one.
- Go to the Projects Page and click on the Accessibility project.
- This will take you to the project page. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click the "Join" button.
You are now a part of the project! Your initial role when you join the project is that of an observer, meaning that you will receive group communication and can view and comment on issues. We would recommend that you choose one of the following roles to help with the project:
- Project Manager
- As a project manager you will play an important role in managing the priorities of the project and organizing the work of other volunteers.
- You don't have to be a computer developer to take this on. The developer role will identify accessibility problems, report those problems and/or help to identify solutions.
- This role will help to maintain the wiki, write documentation, and preform other writing and editing tasks.
If you are interested in any of the above roles, simply contact Christopher Phillips with your interest and background to get started.
To learn more getting started with a role, select from the following to get started:
- Getting started as a Observer (the default role)
- Getting started as a Developer
- Getting started as a Writer
- Getting started as a Project Manager
For general discussion on accessibility issues, please visit the Accessibility to Church Technology Products section of the Forum.
Comments or questions
Comments or questions can be sent to Christopher.