Usability and Accessibility

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  • Created on: 25-05-13 13:03

Usability and Accessibility

A digital product should be as involoved as it can, and consider the needs of:

- People who can't see very well (colours and contrast between colours, size of text, choice of fonts)

-People who are blind ( a screen reader which interprets elements on a page, alt tags for images, and title tags for links, inclusion of audio description of video content)

- People who can't hear well (subtitles, signing on video content)

- People who find traditional input devices (mouse, keyboard) hard to used- alternative input device compatibility e.g. voice recognition, increased tabbing, reduce need for complex data entry e.g. typing- use drop-down selections/radio buttons.

- People with reading / writing…

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