Cognitive Web Accessibility: Assessment Results
This is a list of results from the cognitive Web accessibility assessments. The first seven criteria are based upon the sections of WebAIM's latest Cognitive Web Accessibility Checklist. The last three criteria are design-related. They help evaluate general Web site accessibility.
20 of 100 Web sites have been assessed to date. The average score is 5.
Details and Summaries
- Results By Numbers Of Web Sites That Met Section Criteria
- Detailed Results By Web Site
- Summary Results By Web Site
Aggregate Results By Sections
- Multi-Modality (e.g., video- or audio alternatives to text)
- Focus and Structure (use of elements to focus attention, not distract it, etc.)
- Readability and Language (clear display of text and use of simple language)
- Consistency (of navigation)
- Transformability (support for increased text- and image sizes, etc.)
- Orientation and Error Prevention/Recovery (adequate instructions, feedback and error recovery)
- Assistive Technology Compatibility (use of alternative text, labels, headings, keyboard accessibility, etc.)
Design-Related / General Web Site Accessibility Criteria
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