Day 100: WCAG and Motor Disabilities
Last official study day! I'll continue to review my notes, WCAG, screen reader shortcuts, and work through Deque courses, but I will not feel obligated to post everyday after this. Summary of 100-day journey still to come.
A couple days ago, I covered WCAG and hearing impairments, so today I reviewed WCAG again to so how it benefits people with motor impairments that want to use the web.
Things I accomplishedPermalink for "Things I accomplished"
- Reviewed Deque's Design Considerations for Disabilities [PDF] cheatsheet
- Added motor disabilities alongside success criteria in my my WCAG cheatsheet.
- Continued Deque course "Images, SVG, and Canvas". 15% complete.
What I reviewedPermalink for "What I reviewed"
- WCAG success criteria that benefit people with motor impairments;
What I learned from itPermalink for "What I learned from it"
The following lists target WCAG success criteria that benefit people with motor impairments.
Level APermalink for "Level A"
- 1.3.2 Meaningful sequence
- 2.1.1 Keyboard
- 2.1.2 No keyboard trap
- 2.1.4 Character key shortcuts (v2.1)
- 2.2.1 Timing adjustable
- 2.2.2 Pause, stop, hide
- 2.4.1 Bypass blocks
- 2.4.3 Focus order
- 2.5.1 Pointer gestures (v2.1)
- 2.5.2 Pointer cancellation (v2.1)
- 2.5.4 Motion actuation (v2.1)
- 3.2.1 On focus
- 3.2.2 On input
Level AAPermalink for "Level AA"
- 1.3.4 Orientation
- 1.4.13 Content on hover or focus (v2.1)
- 2.4.5 Multiple ways
- 2.4.7 focus visible
- 3.3.4 Error prevention (legal, financial, data)
Level AAAPermalink for "Level AAA"
- 2.1.3 Keyboard (no exception)
- 2.2.3 No timing
- 2.2.4 Interruptions
- 2.2.5 Re-authenticating
- 2.2.6 Timeouts (v2.1)
- 2.5.5 Target size (v2.1)
- 2.5.6 Concurrent input mechanisms (v2.1)
- 3.2.5 Change on requesst
- 3.3.6 Error prevention (all)