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Marty D

Hi Lauren,

We haven't created anything yet. One of my ID's asked - because they want to get more variety in interactions - and we've been pretty limited since we have to be sure every element is accessible.

Is there a specific approach to using flashcards that is accessible - that you're able to describe?

Thanks,
Marty

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Lauren Connelly

Hi Marty!

I don't have an example to share, but you'd want to make sure the final interaction meets WCAG conformance. If you're looking for a starting point, here are flashcard interactions that could be customized to meet current accessibility standards.

If I see a flashcard interaction that meets all accessibility standards, I'll make sure to share it in this discussion.