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Re: Tiny clickable element: does this fail WCAG2?


From: Lynn Holdsworth
Date: Jul 20, 2015 10:51AM

Hi Bevi,

I'll give this a read. Thanks for flagging it up.

KR, Lyn

On 20/07/2015, Chagnon | PubCom < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> Coincidentally, Jakob Nielsen's group published today an article about some
> common UX features in iOS that impair usability. One of those design items
> was the use of dots to represent different pages, or in your case, different
> views in the carousel.
> Although they focus on usability, a close cousin of accessibility, the
> article is worth reading:
> http://www.nngroup.com/articles/4-ios-rules-break/
> --Bevi Chagnon
> -----Original Message-----
> Hi all,
> Sorry - another WCAG2 question for you:
> I'm auditing a carousel/slideshow that has those little dots for choosing a
> slide. The dots are quite small, around 5px across. I'm concerned that a
> user with poor vision or unsteady hands may find it difficult to home in on
> these dots to click them. Since there's no Previous/Next buttons, and the
> slideshow doesn't play automatically, this is the only way to move between
> slides.
> Does this fail WCAG2? I really hope so, but I can't find a place to fail it.
> Thanks again, Lynn
> > > > >