Digital Accessibility

Digital accessibility refers to digital products or devices that are designed such that persons with disabilities can successfully use them. This might include features such as screen readers that read all text aloud for a user with a visual disability, closed-captioning on videos, and images that include "alt text".

The UP Disability Unit offers equipment and space to conduct usability testing, user interviews, focus groups, and digital accessibility reviews.  The DU computer lab is available by appointment only for in-person testing and consulting services, and remote services are offered by email or virtual meeting platforms (e.g., Google Meet).

Please contact [email protected] for assistance in this regard.

- Author Disability Unit
Published by Maria Ramaahlo

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