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Demonstrations

The following items are included in the demonstration. We recommend the person(s) conducting the demonstration be familiar with accessibility features and have the technology to demonstrate them.

Vendor Questions

  • How is accessibility integrated into your development process?
  • Does your company have an accessibility training program for product developers?
  • What specific tools are used for accessibility testing during product development?

Demonstrate the following actions

  • Operate the entire interface with the keyboard only
  • Well defined keyboard visual focus throughout
  • Raise the text size to 200% without loss of content or functionality
  • Color contrast: The visual presentation of text and images of text has a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1, except for large text, incidental text or images, and logos—up to client, they will be using CSS in future version
  • Screen reader – demonstrate how the application works with a screen reader (e.g. JAWs or NVDA).
  • Remove style sheets (CSS) – application should be fully functional when the style sheets are disabled.
  • Navigate to <Help> or the product Accessibility Statement link from within the application. Demonstrate where a user finds accessibility related information and features including how a user contacts product support.