Headings are important because they help readers identify the main points of each section in the paper and allows someone with a screen reader to navigate the document.
To improve accessibility and legibility and to avoid confusion, follow the guidelines below to select a more accessible font for your users.
Colour choice affects some people's ability to receive the information. Follow the guidelines below to select a colour palette that is accessible to your users.
Recommended colour contrast tools:
Tables need to be formatted correctly so that individuals using screen readers can understand the information being shared in the table.
Individuals using screen readers are not able to access text boxes because they are not a part of the original document. This makes the information inside the textbox unavailable.
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