What accessibility features are available in Circuit?
Circuit includes accessibility features that make it easier for people with disabilities to efficiently and effectively communicate and collaborate with their teammates.
The following accessibility features are available in Circuit:
Circuit Web Client and Desktop App
Screen reader support: blind or visually impaired users rely on assistive technology such as screen readers to use their computers and follow the content on the screen. Circuit web client and Desktop App have been tested with screen readers such as JAWS and NVDA.
Keyboard-operable interface: enables expert users who prefer keyboard commands and people with motor or vision impairment who have difficulty in using a mouse to easily interact and navigate within Circuit.
Visible keyboard focus: keyboard-only users and people with attention limitations need a clear focus indicator so that they can navigate easily through the interactive elements of Circuit (buttons, links, input fields, etc.). On the Circuit web client and Desktop App keyboard focus becomes visible when the accessible mode is enabled.
Circuit iOS mobile client
VoiceOver support: Circuit iOS mobile client works with the built-in screen reader VoiceOver.
Dynamic Types and support: people with vision impairment may increase the preferred font size for readability. Circuit iOS mobile client responds to text size changes, which are made through the Settings app on their iOS device, and updates accordingly its user interface.
High contrast support: people with vision impairment and people with little or no color perception need more color contrast to make text easier to read on their device. Circuit iOS mobile client respond to increase contrast setting, which is made through the Settings app on their iOS device, and updates accordingly its user interface.
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