Questions tagged [accessibility]

A general term used to describe the degree to which a product, device, service, or environment is available to as many people as possible. Accessibility is often used to focus on people with disabilities or special needs and their right of access to entities.

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What element to focus after user input on a chatbot?

This is similar to What element should have the focus after a search?, but not the same case. I'm building a chatbot with Flutter (mobile). This is the flow: Bot asks a question. User is presented ...
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Accessible way of notifying a screen reader about loading the dynamic Web page update (AJAX)

The rise in the use of AJAX to dynamically update the website instead of using standard hyperlinks and separate Web pages has resulted in accessibility problems for users of assistive technology (e.g. ...
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How in depth should a screen reader when it does the first read through of a page and a form

Take the following mockup as our example case: Page Title Page Instructions Field 1*: [ text input ] Field 2 : [ text input ] Field 3*: [ text input ] [Reset] [Submit] We ...
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Creating an accessible, animated, and responsive navigation system

I've been struggling for the past couple weeks to design the perfect navigation (menu) system for my personal website which I am designing. First, I need a system that is completely accessible as I ...
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Distinguishing aria-live speech from UI accessible names

We just ran our first user test of an accessible UI prototype with blind and partially-sighted testers. In spite of my efforts to follow the various recommendations and WCAG specifications, there were ...
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HTML Aria function not being read by screen reader - Bad design?

I'm looking into how accessible some websites are using WebAIM's WAVE tool. Many websites nowadays use the burger menu symbol to indicate the menu (YouTube and Gmail for example) and often I see the ...
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When to show content as un-editable vs disabled

The company I work for is integrating some new users data into our platform and it's brought on a new set of challenges. One area in which I'm undecided is this: Users have a set of tags which can ...
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Is an English only aria-label better than no aria-label at all for non-English speakers?

We have a set of buttons that have a single icon for the content and no text content. One example, a button in the top left of a modal that has an 'X' icon which is an image file. To better ...
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Translation of Annual and Monthly pricing as “mo” and “yr”

I'm curious if anyone knows if abbreviating monthly and annual pricing as "../mo" and "../yr" will translate into all other languages? For example, if I display pricing to users as ...
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Patterns for adjusting settings which may hinder the user's ability to adjust that same setting again

This question is about those self-referential settings where the ability of the user to control a device, say: using a mouse cursor, or viewing it on a monitor screen is itself affected by the ...
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What controls are in-scope of WCAG 3.3.2 Labels or Instructions?

Based on what I understand this criteria requires the visible label of an input to be clear and precise on what is the expected input, especially if the correct input requires special formatting. What ...
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Is the “feed” role also appropriate for the “Load More” button approach?

Both w3.org and MDN seem to associate the feed role with infinite scrolling, without mentioning if it applies to button-triggered loading as well (with a "Load More" button). My application ...
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Legibility and contrast for light weight sources. Regarding accessibility

I am developing a web application, starting from an approved design, I have the task of evaluating if it is readable. The question is: the light body, modifies the consideration over the contrast? ...
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How do people with vision impairment access buildings requiring a swipe card?

With many of the commercial and corporate buildings now having more strict control around entries and exits, I was wondering in terms of accessibility how people with vision impairment are provided ...
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What constitutes “web content” and “authoring tool” for the purposes of the VPAT?

I'm filling out a VPAT for our company's product and having some difficulty understanding the terminology. Our product is an integration tool for flowing data between different systems. The frontend ...
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Tabbing into a hidden navigation menu

This is a question about the interaction between navigation via keyboard (tabbing) and initially-hidden navigation items. I’m asking from both a UX and accessibility perspective. My site has a slide-...
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Accessibility guidelines for mobile web map interactions

Currently working through a map experience for mobile web and was hoping someone could provide me with a little clarity on accessibility guidelines. Specifically, what are the the most inclusive ...
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How do you make a tab (or menu) less accessible?

We have a pop-up menu with 3 tabs. All three tabs rank in importance. When clicked on an element in a page, you get a pop-up with the first (base) tab active where you see all the information you ...
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Accessibility testing on mobile apps based on WCAG guidelines

There are questions about how WCAG 2.0+ is applied to accessibility testing on mobile apps, which suggests that the same guidelines apply but are slightly adjusted for web applications compared to ...
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Mobile Screen Highlight/Tooltip Overlay - Feedback Loop

Context I'm working on a mobile app that provides real-time feedback on accessibility issues of other applications (not built or controlled by me) on the device, similar to Axe or Google's ...
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508 compliance question

For those with knowledge on Material Design and 508 compliance..are there any issues with using an "outlined" text field vs the filled" text field? We're thinking of using the "outlined" text fields, ...
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Mobile Tables - Accessibility (iOS vs Android)

iOS - Disclosure Indicators When this element is present, users know they can tap anywhere in the row to see the next level in the hierarchy or the choices associated with the list item. Use a ...
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Two Click actions on mobile screen

I was working on a mobile project and I faced a problem. How do I show if there are two different actions on a single object in mobile? In this screen all options have sub-options that appear on a ...