How does the accessibility interface work
A PERSONALIZED ACCESSIBILITY EXPERIENCE
The interface is designed to address accessibility requirements relating to the UI, design, and readability of your website by enabling users to modify your site’s design to meet their individual needs.
Users can choose a disability profile like “Vision Impaired Profile” and simultaneously activate all relevant adjustments. Alternatively, or in addition to the profiles, users can enable singular adjustments like increasing font sizes, change color contrasts, stop animations, and more.
This section enables users to adjust how your site’s content is displayed, making it as readable as possible to someone with a particular disability. Users with vision impairments, like blurred vision or aging sight, utilize these adjustments to customize your website’s content to their specific needs.
This section adjusts colors and contrast. People with various degrees of color blindness or visual impairments may not see your content well enough, while light-sensitive users may not be able to surf websites with white backgrounds.
Section adjustments: High Contrast, High Saturation, Low Saturation, Dark Contrast, Light Contrast, Monochrome, Text Colorization, Title Colorization, and Background Colorization.
This interface section offers adjustments designed to enable people with vision impairments, cognitive disabilities, or motor impairments to better orient on your website. This is achieved by providing them with shortcuts and guiding elements and by reducing distractions and noise.
Section adjustments: Hide Images, Mute Sounds, Useful Links, ReadMode, Reading Guide, Reading Mask, Highlight Focus, Highlight Hover, Big White Cursor, and Big Black Cursor.