From using accessibility checkers to assessing color use and contrast, this list of useful, at-a-glance tips helps you create websites and documents that adhere to accessibility standards.
- Category: Web and Docs
Use text in addition to color for importanceCategory: Web and Docs
10% of the male population is color blind. When marking items as important (or required), use a text indicator (such as an *) and a legend (“items marked with an * are required.”)
Use OnFocus in addition to OnMouseOverCategory: Web
Not everyone uses a mouse, so in addition to checking for OnMouseOver also check for OnFocus (which is fired when keyboard users focus on the element.)
Using Qualtrics? Use the accessibility checker tooCategory: Web
If you create surveys using Qualtrics, use their built in Accessibility Checker to verify that the surveys you create can be used by someone who uses assistive technology, such as a screen reader.