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Assessing the Reading Level of Web Texts for WCAG2.0 Compliance—Can It Be Done Automatically?
Readability of text on the web is a key prerequisite for achieving universal accessibility. The World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines state that general text should not require reading levels ...
Authoring WCAG2.0-Compliant Texts for the Web through Text Readability Visualization
Texts on the web need to be readable in order to be accessible to a wide audience. WCAG2.0 states that tests should not exceed the reading level of upper secondary education . Several readability ...
A contrast colour selection scheme for WCAG2.0-compliant web designs based on HSV-half-planes
(IEEE Computer Society, 2015)
Abstract—Sufficient colour contrast between text and background is necessary for the text to be readable. WCAG2.0 defines contrast guidelines that ensure web pages can be read by people with a visual acuity of as low as ...
An Interactive Color Picker that Ensures WCAG2.0 Compliant Color Contrast Levels
Insufficient contrast between text and the background is a co mmon problem on the web. WCAG2.0 addresses this problem, but the definition is hard to understand for most designers. Therefore, some web designers check ...