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Text is important, because for some users who would be using your project would get confused with only icons, this would lead to a Bad User Experience. But then again if your Project already has too many data to be shown(on each pages) then adding extra texts just for icons may cluster your screen with too many things, so in my opinion, If the contents on ...
Normally my advice would be to always pair an icon with text on the screen, making both clickable. In this way you can use an aria-hidden attribute to hide the icon for screen readers, which just leaves the text link for audio screen readers. However, if it is not possible to do this, then you have to consider that someone cannot see the screen because they ...
Text is an important part of UI development for AA. So the best choice would be including text.
You should use a long description or preferrably MathML. Here's more info. http://accessibility.psu.edu/math/
This might be harsh, but if you need 10 pages to explain an app you might reconsider your design. Is it possible to put part of this explanation into the app itself, using tooltips and empty page fillers? Regarding long texts. If the text is boring, rewrite it to be more engaging. People read long books without images and quotes without any problems.
While I agree that default for numeric should be right-aligned, I think there are some rare cases where left-alignment makes more sense. One example would be Bank Routing Numbers. The following thoughts together made may think they should be left-aligned: They are always 9 digits in length so there is no issue with trying to line up tens, ones columns. ...
Use monospaced fonts to your advantage? Total account Days in the current month Fee = balance x Interest rate % x ------------------------------ as of 12 Jan Full length of service in days Or if you don't want to break up the "terms" over multiple lines, put ...
Perhaps #7: Have icons or small images on the left of each block (aligned to the top of each block of text) that represent continent/world, country, city. You could tailor the icons to the specific continent country, and even city, but possibly three icons that just illustrate the level of "focus" is sufficient. (I'm not sure of the etiquette of including/...
Mac OSX has a right-click contextual menu somewhat like yours: I'm concerned about a couple things in your solution. (1) Keep in mind that stray clicks happen. As people mouse around they sometimes touch the mouse button enough to click things they didn't intend to click. So every word you can mark as known has to also be markable as unknown. It looks ...
If the digit range is not restricted (0-9) you may omit this information, this strips some complication off the sentence. What about: X, Y or Z, followed by 7 digits, followed by any letter except I, O or U. If any other rule is violated (for example spaces or special characters have been added) you could display a more specific error message.
Although I do not have an example of your layout, I would personally choose top aligned in this case. This will probably give the most visual order and harmony, especially since your paragraph block text is also left aligned (meaning you already have an unconsistent visual area on the right). Compare:
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