Cognitive Accessibility Guidance in an Augmented World

(a quiz based discussion - the backup)

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Discussion: please add team notes to the Google Doc

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Practice: What is the elephant in the virtual voiced room?

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△ What is real?

♢ What is real?

◯ What is real?

▢ What is real?

(this time, any)

BBC MAG has one guideline about alternatives for audio-visual content. How many are there in WCAG 2.1?

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△ 4                 

♢ 7                 

◯ 9                

▢ 11              

TV screenshot showing captions and sign interpreter - BBC

Sudden, loud, or layered sound can be problematic for some users. Which of these WCAG guidelines cover this?

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△ 1.4.1          

♢ 1.4.2          

◯ 1.4.7          

▢ 1.4.8          

Alarm clock, speaker, music notes - BBC

Colour contrast is a consideration for cognitive impairment. True or false?

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△ False          

♢ True           

Reflect written on a chalkboard - istock BBC Three

"Consistency allows all users to predict where to find information and how to use it." Which guideline says this?

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△ WCAG - 3.2.3

♢ WCAG - 3.2.4

◯ WCAG - 3.3.4

▢ BBC -             
        Consistency

BBC iPlayer website on 4 differently sized devices - BBC

"Providing multiple ways to interact ... increases inclusivity." Which WCAG guideline requires choice of input mode?

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XBox Adaptive Controller with a selection of plug-in controllers - Microsoft

△ 2.5.6          

♢ 2.1.1          

◯ 2.5.1          

▢ 2.4.5          

"All users benefit when content is logically ordered." Which of these WCAG guidelines care about content order?

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Frogs in the wrong numerical order - BBC

△ 1.3.2          

♢ 1.4.10        

◯ 2.4.3          

▢ 2.4.5          

BBC MAG has 4 guidelines specifically about online forms. How many does WCAG 2.1 have?

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BBC GEL illustration of form layout on two different sized screens - BBC

△ 5                 

♢ 6                 

◯ 7                

▢ 9                

BBC MAG has 5 guidelines on clear accessible notifications, instructions and error messages. What about WCAG 2.1?

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Examples of robotic, just right, and silly error messages - Medium

△ 1.3.3          

♢ 3.3.1          

◯ 3.3.3          

▢ 4.1.3          

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(all)

Some people are overwhelmed by on screen movement, page refreshes, or time limits. True or false?

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Screenshot showing short countdown to next video - BBC

△ False          

♢ True           

BBC MAG has guidelines on headings and landmarks within a section on structure. Where are they in WCAG 2.1?

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iPlayer page structure - BBC

△ 1.1.1          

♢ 1.3.1          

◯ 2.4.6          

▢ 3.2.4          

Thank you!

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Cognitive Accessibility Guidance in an Augmented World

By Emma Pratt Richens

Cognitive Accessibility Guidance in an Augmented World

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