1. Perceivable

Objectives

By the end of this unit, you will be able to:

  • Describe what it means for web content to be perceivable
  • List potential adaptations for visual and auditory content
  • Distinguish between Level A, AA, and AAA requirements for perceivable web content
  • Understand the elements of accessible multimedia
  • Describe how web content can be made adaptable
  • Describe potential accessibility issues associated with using colour in web content

Activities

  • Learn to create closed captions

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