302.1 Without Vision
Where a visual mode of operation is provided, ICT shall provide at least one mode of operation that does not require user vision.
Supports when combined with Compatible Assistive Technology Features
• All interfaces are designed according to HTML5 standards.
• Images and icons are assigned contextual and meaningful text alternatives that can be announced by a screen reader.
• Images of text are not used in place of text.
• Controls such as buttons are labeled to indicate their function.
• Form fields are labeled to perceive their intent.
• Links are assigned meaningful texts that clearly indicate the link destination.
• Controls are assigned appropriate labels that allow perception of their function.
• ARIA attributes are used to make alert messages and states of dynamic elements such as radio buttons perceivable.
• There isn’t a way to skip navigation.
• “Regions” quiz type requires users to click on an area of an image.
• Although Cerego’s content authoring tool provides a field for content authors to add alt text to images, it is not required.