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The golden question here is: "If a notification doesn't notify - is it still a notification?" :) My approach on this interesting problem would be to make a kind of a "silent notification" variation that could be activated in the settings or directly in the notification window. Something similar to "airplane mode" on a telefone. We can call it "library mode" ...


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I am not (at least I do not regard myself as) an older adult. But being in my mid-thirties I do have a problem with wide areas of inverted text while not having other problem with my vision. When reading inverted text for anything more than 30 seconds I do get an "afterglow" when switching back to anything "standard" (majority of web pages, majority of ...


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Several ideas come to mind. No tabs in rich text box. The simplest solution is your suggestion to simply not support typing tab characters in the rich text box. I expect users will naturally enter 4 to 5 spaces if they discover that the tab key doesn’t work for them. You may want to even consider converting any series of four to five spaces into a tab ...


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Probably not the best, but some options to improve the situation: Background and font color. Not-allowed pointer on hover. (CSS=> cursor: not-allowed;)


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From WCAG 2.0, which is generally accepted as a way to be 508-compliant in your product: 1.4.3 Contrast (Minimum): The visual presentation of text and images of text has a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1, except for the following: (Level AA) Large Text: Large-scale text and images of large-scale text have a contrast ratio of at least 3:1; ...


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No. The requirements (i.e., Guidelines) are only in this document: Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 W3C Recommendation 11 December 2008 Guidelines are usually technology-neutral and abstract, so they don’t apply only to HTML, but to Web content in general. Therefore, requiring WAI-ARIA attributes would make no sense. However, to comply ...


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I believe this answer is slightly out of context; rather, it lacks context. Your question is which do they prefer, however; our preferences do not necessarily reflect what is actually easier for us to use. Instead, humans tend to stick to 'what they know' and often not learn or accept new ways of doing things. This is because "we know how to do it the old ...


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This is not as straight forward as you might think (although, for seniors it just might be). Let me explain. In most cases, especially on paper, black text on a white background works best. This has to do with the amount of light that hits the eye. A lot of light will cause the iris to contract. A contracted iris (a smaller pupil) will produce a sharper ...


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I think you've been looking at the wrong frameworks because a well-conceived framework should improve accessibility not hinder it. Any framework that uses media-queries to target smaller devices is doing it wrong. Any framework that reduces font-size on small screens is doing it wrong. The default font-size on any browser is exactly that, and should be ...


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Accessibility and responsive design can totally coexist in a well-designed website. Some people advocate for media query units in ems so that if the screen is zoomed, the font baseline will remain proportional. Using ems for font-size will also help with this, as other people mentioned. A couple random things: Leaving zooming enabled in your meta ...


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I think you may have a misconception of who mobile zoom works with media queries, correct me if I am wrong. To indicate that a site is mobile friendly and responsive, there is usually a tag something like this included in the <head> of the html: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> This essentially says that the ...


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it's quite easy to provide that with the CSS that provides the color, I think screen readers can get the info from the HTML: // Create two leads to convert Lead[] leads = new Lead[2]; Lead lead = new Lead(); lead.setLastName("Mallard"); lead.setFirstName("Jay"); lead.setCompany("Wingo Ducks"); lead.setPhone("(707) ...


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I see both as possible solutions, though it depends more on your goal. If you're looking to drive better content and currently have people managing all content going in, then you have the opportunity to drive better content. You can do this by offering verification, which is like a status symbol to your users. This helps in three ways: The verified user is ...



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