Tired of wasting valuable time on trial and error, Google searches, and combing through Articulate forum questions?
We get it: you want all learners to interact as fully as possible with the courses you create in Rise, but you have a lot on your plate—and it’s time-consuming to learn the ins and outs of accessibility.
That’s why we did the heavy lifting for you. We designed the Guide to Accessible Components in Rise to give you an in-depth, easy-to-read overview of what you can and can’t use to make Level A compliant learning. All you have to do is download it and get started.
This guide makes learning in Rise accessible for all (and simpler for you)
- Get an at-a-glance breakdown of every component in Rise against key a11y criteria (keyboard navigation, screen reader, color contrast, alt text, and Level A compliance)
- Helpful tips and workarounds on how to best use Rise’s accessible components
- A list of the components in Rise that currently do not support Level A compliance and the WCAG-cited reasoning
- Don’t worry about keeping up with the latest changes in Rise—we’ll update this guide regularly and send you the newest edition so you never miss a beat