Introduction

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Disabilities

Questions


Is an insole AT? (radio)

  1. True
  2. False

Name 4 benefits of accessibility (Select all that apply)

  1. Accessibility Improves People's Lives
  2. Accessibility Improves Public Perception
  3. Accessibility Increases Compatibility
  4. Accessibility Improves Search Engine Optimization
  5. Accessibility Increases Your Customer Base
  6. Accessibility Increases Your Eligibility for Funding
  7. Accessibility Helps You Avoid Lawsuits

Which of the following are tools to aid visually impaired users (Select all that apply)

  1. Talkback
  2. aXe
  3. Wave Toolbar
  4. JAWS

What do Dutch government websites need to comply to? (Select all that apply)

  1. Government websites must comply with web accessibility guidelines, based on WCAG 1, Level A
  2. Government websites must comply with web accessibility guidelines, based on WCAG 2, Level AA
  3. EN 301 549: "Accessibility requirements suitable for public procurement of ICT products and services in Europe"
  4. EN 334 768: "Accessibility requirements European WCAG Uniform standard

What percentage of the population has a disability

  1. 5%
  2. 10%
  3. 15%
  4. 20%

Which Success Criteria Level has the COMPANY-NAME.com website?

  1. AAA
  2. AA
  3. A
  4. B
  5. None

A screen reader can be used with a touch screen.

  1. True
  2. False

Are glasses and contacts AT?

  1. True
  2. False

Accessibility is required by law in The Netherlands

  1. Yes, since 2015
  2. No
  3. No, but it will be with new EU regulations

What would be a good title for the webpage for payment accounts?

  1. COMPANY NAME - Betaalrekening aanvragen
  2. Betaalrekening aanvragen - COMPANY NAME

People with low vision always use screen magnification

  1. False
  2. True

Is an insole AT?

  1. True
  2. False

You can make dynamic interactions accessible using digital text.

  1. True
  2. False

What is meant by 'Operable'?

  1. Web content can be accessed on different devices, including through assistive technology.
  2. The web content output is available in different sensory ways (sight, sound, touch).
  3. The web content input methods are available through different input devices (keyboard, mouse, speech recognition, etc.).
  4. Web content and interfaces are understandable.

How many guidelines and success criteria are under the principles?

  1. 14 guidelines, 39 success criteria
  2. 13 guidelines, 40 success criteria
  3. 12 guidelines, 38 success criteria
  4. 16 guidelines, 36 success criteria

What does the acronym POUR stand for? It is important because they are the guiding principles for structuring and discussing web accessibility issues.

  1. Persistant, obsolete, Unreliable and Robust
  2. Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust
  3. Pour implementation of Accessibility

What are the four principles of web accessibility?

  1. Perfect, Outstanding, UX-proof and Radically new.
  2. Have a great look and feel, Have smooth scrolling, Have readable text and Have not too many objects inside the viewport
  3. Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust
  4. Programmatically correct, Ordered, Usable and Readable

Why is using Flash generally a bad idea in terms of keyboard accessibility?

  1. Flash objects cannot deal with the arrow keys
  2. Only pro users know how to work around the keyboard flaws in Flash, in contradiction to beginner users, the so called Flash Lights.
  3. Flash objects only respond to combinations of the ctrl-key with a number of other keys.
  4. Flash objects have a tendency to trap the keyboard focus once the user tabs into the objects.

The correct order is:

  1. Principles, Succes Criteria, Guidelines
  2. Succes Criteria, Principles, Guidelines
  3. Principles, Guidelines, Succes Criteria
  4. Succes Criteria, Guidelines, Principles

"If a certain color combination scores 'Failed on level AAA', we cannot use it."

  1. True
  2. False
  3. It depends on how this color combination scores on Level AA/li>

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Which statements are true? (Select all that apply)

  1. For people with disabilities, the Internet is an obstacle that cannot be overcome even with assistive technology.
  2. The term “assistive technology” applies only to computer use and Internet access.
  3. The Internet is an important part of the solution for disability access.
  4. Making a website accessible to people with disabilities makes it less accessible for other users.

Who uses assistive technology? (Select all that apply)

  1. Only people who use handicapped entrances to buildings
  2. People who wear glasses or contact lenses
  3. People who wear hearing aids
  4. People with motor disabilities

True or False: There are many forms of disabilities that are not obvious to an observer.

  1. True
  2. False

Which is NOT an example of assistive technology that helps with using the Internet?

  1. Screen readers
  2. Screen magnifiers
  3. Refreshable braille devices
  4. Wheelchair
  5. Mouth stick

True or False: Screen readers will interpret color-coded text and announce changes in color.

  1. True
  2. False

For someone with low vision, what are ways to make text more readable? (Select all that apply)

  1. Zoom or magnify text on the screen
  2. Use synchronized video captions
  3. Change text and background colors for better contrast
  4. Use a screen reader

Which type of disability is the most common?

  1. Blindness or low vision
  2. Color blindness
  3. Auditory disabilities
  4. Motor disabilities
  5. Cognitive Disabilities

The most important consideration for designing web content for someone with motor disabilities is the inability to use:

  1. The hands
  2. The legs
  3. The eyes
  4. The mouth

Accessible UX

Questions


To make a PDF accessible you use Adobe Acrobat Reader?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Universal design is part of accessible design for people with disabilities.

  1. Yes
  2. No

Universal Design for the Web is meant to produce websites accessible for?

  1. Older people
  2. People without disabilities
  3. People with disabilities
  4. All of the above

PDF documents can be made more accessible with the following method

  1. Tagging Choice
  2. PDF's are already sufficiently accessible
  3. Using HTML-headings Choice
  4. Sufficient contrast in the document

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Which of the following is an example of good link text?

  1. Click Here
  2. Read More…
  3. Products and Services

Using good link text is important because:

  1. Poorly labeled link text will take users to the wrong page.
  2. Poorly labeled links won’t be clickable.
  3. When screen reader users hear poor link text out of context they won’t know where the link goes.
  4. Good link text will entice users to click it.
  5. A link is only as good as its link text.

What are examples of ways that audio can be made accessible to a deaf person? (Select all that apply)

  1. Audio Descriptions
  2. Captions
  3. Color Coding
  4. Transcripts

What are examples of video and images made accessible to a blind person? (Select all that apply)

  1. Images have descriptions in alt text
  2. Video with audio descriptions, describing what happens on-screen
  3. Including captions of speech in the video
  4. Images with descriptive text overlayed on top of the image

Which accessibility design feature should be visible to sighted keyboard users when the item receives keyboard focus?

  1. Alt text for images
  2. The code that links a form element to its form label
  3. Skip Navigation Links
  4. The code that links a data cell in a table to its table header(s)
  5. ARIA landmark roles

Myths

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None documented

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None documented

Guidelines

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What will be the next version of WCAG?

  1. WCAG 1.1
  2. WCAG 2.1
  3. WCAG 2.2
  4. WCAG 3.0

What is NOT one of the main accessibility principles?

  1. Operable
  2. Reproducable
  3. Robust
  4. Perceivable
  5. E. Understandable

Universal Design for the Web is meant to produce websites accessible for?

  1. Older people
  2. People without disabilities
  3. People with disabilities
  4. All of the above

ARIA means:

  1. Accessible Rich Internet Architecture
  2. Accessible Rich Internet Access
  3. Accessible Rich Internet Applications
  4. Accessible Right Internet Application

When were WCAG 1.0 and WCAG 2.0 published?

  1. WCAG 1.0 in 1996 and WCAG 2.0 in 1999
  2. WCAG 1.0 in 1996 and WCAG 2.0 in 2008
  3. WCAG 1.0 in 1999 and WCAG 2.0 in 2008
  4. WCAG 1.0 in 1999 and WCAG 2.0 in 2009

To which of the main 4 principles does the guideline "Make Web pages appear and operate in predictable ways." belong to?

  1. Robust
  2. Perceivable
  3. Operable
  4. Understandable

What principles do developers have to take into account when creating web content?

  1. WCAG 1.0
  2. WCAG 2.0
  3. WAI-ARIA
  4. ATAG
  5. UAAG

WCAG recommends to use a font design for people that have dyslexia.

  1. True
  2. False

ATAG is about?

  1. principles to create accessible pages
  2. principles for tools in order to facilitate the creation accessible content
  3. principles for accessible software, like screenreaders should follow

Facebook is also a Web authoring tool?

  1. True
  2. False

<>What is ATAG and who should use it? (Open question)

Answer: Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines. Web authoring tools (Dreamweaver, SharePoint, etc.) should follow ATAG in order to facilitate the creation of accessible web content.


Creating a separate web page for screenreader is generally a great idea, which save a lot of time in the future.

  1. Yes, it is the only way to deliver a great experience
  2. No, there are many brands of screen reader and detecting them is hard./li>

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Which of the five senses are used to perceive web content? (Select all that apply)

  1. Sight
  2. Sound
  3. Taste
  4. Smell
  5. Touch

True or False: Digital text is considered a universal format because it can be converted into other formats by assistive technology.

  1. True
  2. False

The four basic accessibility principles are:

  1. Perceivable, Operational, Understandable, and Recognizable
  2. Purposeful, Operational, Understandable, and Recognizable
  3. Purposeful, Operable, Understandable, and Robust
  4. Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust

True or False: Using multiple formats -- such as text, images, and multimedia -- helps make content more universally understandable.

  1. True
  2. False

What are ways that content can be made more understandable? (Select all that apply)

  1. Using images and multimedia in addition to text
  2. Simplifying vocabulary and terminology
  3. Breaking up long passages of text
  4. Putting lines of text close together

In order to meet the guideline for robustness, you must ensure your web content is compatible with the following (select all that apply):

  1. Current versions of modern browsers
  2. Netscape 1.0
  3. “WorldWideWeb” (the world’s first web browser, created by Tim Berners-Lee)
  4. Modern mobile devices
  5. Slightly older versions of browsers that are still commonly used today

What are the rules or checklist of items upon which the guidelines of WCAG 2.0 are based?

  1. Level AAA
  2. Success Criteria
  3. Sufficient Techniques
  4. Advisory Techniques

WCAG 2.0 differs from WCAG 1.0 in what way?

  1. Guidelines and success criteria have been separated from technology-specific techniques
  2. The sufficient techniques were changed to advisory techniques
  3. There is a higher level of success criteria
  4. Each guideline lists at least one sufficient technique with its success criteria

Laws

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What are benefits of an accessible website? (Select all that apply)

  1. A higher score in search engine
  2. Compliance with government rules
  3. Website can be read on many different devices
  4. You get a tax discount when you comply with the laws

To what legislation do Dutch website comply to?

  1. Government websites must comply with web accessibility guidelines, based on WCAG 1, Level AA
  2. Government websites must comply with web accessibility guidelines, based on WCAG 1, Level A
  3. All company websites, who do business with the goverment must comply with web accessibility guidelines, based on WCAG 2, Level A

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Who is directly affected by the laws of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act in addition to the U.S. federal government?

  1. All organizations that do business with the federal government
  2. Everyone seeking to make technologies accessible to people with disabilities
  3. Anyone who uses the Internet
  4. All U.S. citizens

Who is directly affected by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)?

  1. All citizens of Canada
  2. Every person and organization in the Province of Ontario who provides goods, services, facilities, or employment
  3. U.S. citizens visiting the Province of Ontario
  4. Anyone who uses the Internet

Which European mandate is similar to Section 508 in the United States?

  1. The European Standard for Disability Equality
  2. EU ADA - European Union Access to Disabilities Act
  3. EN Section 508
  4. EN 301 549: Accessibility requirements suitable for public procurement of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) products and services in Europe

The Americans with Disabilities Act is an example of which type of accessibility law?

  1. Civil rights law
  2. Procurement law
  3. Industry-specific law
  4. Administrative law
  5. Constitutional law

EN 301 549 is an example of which type of accessibility law?

  1. Civil rights law
  2. Procurement law
  3. Industry-specific law
  4. Administrative law
  5. Constitutional law