Ensure the use of keyboard accessible controls or provide alternate text-based resources. For more information on keyboard accessibility visit the WebAIM’s keyboard information page.
Include synchronized closed-captions for video.
Provide full descriptive narratives for video with no audio track.
Include audio descriptions (also known as video descriptions or audio captioning). Provide narrative vocal description of important aspects of the video during breaks between dialogue.
Provide text transcripts for audio
Ensure that content is accessible with the keyboard or that there is an alternate resource that covers the same content.( Note: Flash-based is often not accessible.)
Microsoft Office, PDF, and Course Web Pages
Minimize use of color. Important information should not be emphasized with color alone. For example, “Assignments in green are due on Wednesday, and assignments in red are due on Friday” should not be the sole method of conveying information.