Cognitive Web Accessibility Assessments: Transformability Results

These are aggregate results related to the Transformability section of the cognitive Web accessibility assessments.

Section: Transformability

  • 20 Web sites have been assessed to date.
  • 80% met the criteria (below) for this section.

Guideline 1

  • Support increased text sizes.
    Increase the text size 200-300%. The page should remain readable and functional when text is increased.
  • Of the 20 Web sites to which this guideline applied, 55% met it.

Guideline 2

  • Ensure images are readable and comprehensible when enlarged.
    Scale the page 200-300%. Content within images, particularly text, should be legible and understandable. Use true text instead of text within images when feasible.
  • Of the 20 Web sites to which this guideline applied, 100% met it.

Guideline 3

  • Ensure color alone is not used to convey content.
    Select the "Disable Styles" button in WAVE. Ensure that no content is lost when color is removed or changed.
  • Of the 20 Web sites to which this guideline applied, 100% met it.

Guideline 4

  • Support the disabling of images and/or styles.
    Select the "Disable Styles" button in WAVE. Ensure that the page remains readable and functional when styles are disabled. Select the text-only view in WAVE and ensure that all content is available when images are disabled (alternative text will be displayed instead).
  • Of the 20 Web sites to which this guideline applied, 65% met it.

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