colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Tue Jul 31 15:49:39 UTC 2007
Great question. My experience looking at several colour pickers was that
they were inaccessible in a typical way for a lot of DHTML interfaces.
They didn't work at all with the keyboard, instead relying entirely on
Mark Norton wrote:
> Colin Clark wrote:
>> were working on PreferAble, and while there were some nice ones, they
>> were grossly inaccessible.
> How were they inaccessible, Colin? To some degree, a color picker is
> going to be tough for the vision impaired, though color-names and
> color-values could help, perhaps as ALT or tool tips text. Why would a
> color picker be any less accessible, mechanically at least, than a date
> picker that shows a month?
> - Mark Norton
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
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