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Re: Good examples of WCAG 2.1 accessible apps.


From: L Snider
Date: Apr 30, 2020 8:05AM

Hi Sean,

I know the Canadian Museum for Human Rights app used to be very good
for accessibility. I haven't checked it in a good four years, but
check it out (and let me know if you still think it is good). Most
apps I have seen are either not accessible, or they are more specific,
in terms of only being great for screen reader users who don't have
sight or people with cognitive disabilities, etc. The more specific
ones tend (in my personal experience) to be ones that are focused on
people with specific disabilities.

If you find any good examples, please share to the list, as I would
love to see an app that does well for (almost) everyone, including
people with cognitive, intellectual, neurological and/or learning



On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 7:41 AM < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> All,
> I am on the hunt for very good examples of native mobile apps that fulfil
> the WCAG 2.1 as closely as possible. Resizing, Reflow, colour contrast,
> screen reader support, keyboard focus order, ETC. Android and Apple platform
> examples I am looking for.
> If you know of good examples, please share. Especially if they have good low
> vision support (resizing, reflow, focus order, etc).
> Sean
> > > >