See how others achieve accessibility with Adobe
Accessibility is a key aspect of a great experience. Look at the following examples of great experiences designed with Adobe tools. Our customers illustrate that accessible design in not dull or lacking in quality. Accessible content represents the best experience for all, regardless of disability.
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Screen reader examples
A quality example of how to make a complex visual navigation scheme accessible.
This is one of the first examples of accessible content created with Adobe® Flash® that remains relevant. It contains a simple means of handling navigation combined with elegant captioning.
This simple slide-based demonstration includes key accessibility features such as screen resizing, accessible navigation, and keyboard shortcuts.
The IRS has made more than 550 tax forms available in accessible PDF. These "talking tax forms" work with MSAA-compliant screen readers as well as Dragon Naturally Speaking voice recognition software.
This simple game for children has some nice accessibility features.
This is an excellent example of learning content accessible to screen reader users and other users with disabilities.
Be sure to choose one of the crossword puzzles. This is perhaps one of the most complex accessible applications available today.
Keyboard accessibility examples
While the animation itself is not accessible to screen reader users, this interactive piece does contain a unique means of exposing access keys.
This unique word search puzzle is designed to serve children with mobility impairments. It is also screen reader–accessible, although it is intended to serve students who rely on screen magnifiers who can see the layout of the screen.