New in Storyline 360: Even More Accessibility Features and Enhancements

Empowering you to build great learning experiences for all your learners is essential. We’re excited to bring you another batch of accessibility features and improvements that’ll help you do just that.

Modern Player Accessible Contrast

Now when you use the modern player in Storyline 360, you can work confidently, knowing that the built-in features in the player actually exceed the WCAG AA guidelines for visual contrast and color. That way all your learners can read text, decipher icons, perceive controls, and navigate easily.

Here’s what it looks like:

Dark Theme

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Light Theme

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What a difference, right? That’s the great thing about accessibility. It improves the learning experience for everyone.

Learn more about the Modern Player Accessible Contrast feature.

Two-Color Focus Indicator

You can now choose not just one but two focus colors to ensure that learners using a keyboard to navigate can always see what they’re selecting no matter what color the background is.

Learn more about the Two-Color Focus Indicator feature.

Captions Font Size

Another feature we’ve added is the ability to increase the font size of your closed captions without changing the player font size when you use the modern player. That way, you can make closed captions easier to read for all learners.

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Learn how to change the font size for closed captions.

Logo Alt Text

Finally, you can now add alt text to your company logo or hide it from accessibility controls if you don’t feel it’s necessary—giving you more control over the learner experience.

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Learn how to add alt text to your logo.

With these new features, you’ve got more power and control to design great learning experiences for all your learners. Stay tuned to our What’s New page to find out about the latest accessibility features and head over to our Feature Roadmap to see what’s to come.

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