A pedestrian crossing signal conveys information in several ways: color, image, sound, and position of the lights. It's a good example of the golden rule of this course: Always use more than one method to convey information.
Position, image, and color
Image lights up
Imagine that you couldn't hear this recording: If there were no text accompanying it, you would miss this information. So is there anything you could do to your documents to make them more accessible to people who have hearing, mobility, cognitive, or seizure disabilities? Yes, and in this lesson we'll show you how.
Once again, we'll look at how people might be using their computers and what we can do to make our documents readable for them.
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