First off, wanted to thank Bryan Harris, for it’s his challenge that caused this post to come to fruition in the first place. Writing consistently has been my latest stumbling block, hopefully moving forward this too will be something that I manage to improve upon. Secondly, I wanted to thank my mentor, Brennan Dunn, who made me aware of Bryan in the first place. //READ MORE//
So accessibility is really about making sure all users, regardless of abilities, have full access to all of our products and the great features you put in your apps, and that means we get to focus on users and think about how users with these different abilities use our features.
-Ian Fisch, WWDC 2015
How can you quickly determine the extent to which your SAAS is accessible? What percent of your customers are affected by the level of accessibility in your app?
In almost all cases, I’m opposed to setting aside time for refactoring. In my view refactoring is not an activity you set aside time to do. Refactoring is something you do all the time in little bursts. You don’t decide to refactor, you refactor because you want to do something else, and refactoring helps you do that other thing