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Support users with disabilities
Stage Development
Status In progress
Release target `
Health OK
Status note Implementation in progress.


Product manager Thomas Arend
Directly Responsible Individual Thomas Arend
Lead engineer `
Security lead `
Privacy lead `
Localization lead `
Accessibility lead David Bolter, Fernando Herrera
QA lead ioana.chiorean [ioanachiorean irc] [e-mail]
UX lead Brian Dils
Product marketing lead `
Operations lead `
Additional members `

Open issues/risks

Stage 1: Definition

1. Feature overview

Browsers on mobile touch-enabled devices, like smartphones and tablets, need full support for people with disabilities. Small screens and virtual keyboards can sometimes be difficult to use, even for people with perfect vision. Firefox for mobile does not currently have any accessibility features. We should integrate with Android OS services and also build new accessibility features to cater to all users, also ones that are not missing any of their faculties or abilities ("curb-cut-effect"). This document describes use cases and requirements for making Firefox fully accessible on Android devices.

See full PRD at http://bit.ly/fenneca11y

2. Users & use cases


3. Dependencies


4. Requirements



Stage 2: Design

5. Functional specification


6. User experience design


Stage 3: Planning

7. Implementation plan


8. Reviews

Security review


Privacy review


Localization review




Quality Assurance review


Operations review


Stage 4: Development

9. Implementation


Stage 5: Release

10. Landing criteria


Feature details

Priority P3
Rank 999
Theme / Goal `
Roadmap Firefox Mobile
Secondary roadmap `
Feature list Mobile
Project `
Engineering team Mobile front-end

Team status notes

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