Ensuring web accessibility is a key aspect of creating an inclusive user experience for individuals with disabilities. This document outlines standard accessibility features implemented in AtomCloud to provide a barrier-free experience for all users.

Accessibility issue reporting

Issues can be reported either in-app using the "Feedback" feature or via email using accessibility@atomicdatasciences.com

  1. Keyboard Navigation:

    • All interactive elements, including menus and buttons, are navigable using a keyboard.

  2. Focus Indication:

    • Clearly visible focus indicators are provided for interactive elements, making it easy for keyboard users to understand their position.

  3. Skip to Content Link:

    • A "Skip to Content" link is available at the beginning of each page, allowing users to bypass repetitive navigation and go directly to the main content.

  4. Meaningful Link Text:

    • Descriptive and meaningful link text is used, providing context and understanding for screen reader users.

Images and Media

  1. Alt Text:

    • All images have descriptive alternative text (alt text) to convey information to users who may not be able to see the images.

  2. Captioning and Transcripts:

    • Videos include captions, and audio content has transcripts, ensuring accessibility for users with hearing impairments.

Forms and Input

  1. Accessible Forms:

    • Forms are designed with accessibility in mind, including appropriate labeling, grouping, and validation error messaging.

  2. Form Field Focus:

    • Focus is appropriately managed within forms, and users are guided through the form fields in a logical order.

  3. Aria Roles and States:

    • ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) roles and states are used to enhance the accessibility of dynamic and interactive components.

Text and Content

  1. Readable Text:

    • Text has sufficient contrast against the background, making it readable for users with low vision or color blindness.

  2. Resizable Text:

    • Users can resize text without loss of content or functionality, accommodating those with visual impairments.

  3. Plain Language:

    • Content is written in plain language, making it easily understandable for users with cognitive disabilities.

Assistive Technologies

  1. Screen Reader Compatibility:

    • The web application is compatible with popular screen readers, ensuring users can navigate and understand content.

  2. Voice Commands:

    • For applicable features, voice commands and controls are implemented to assist users with mobility impairments.

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