frevvo forms are Accessible!!!
January 9, 2015 Leave a comment
Exciting news for users with visual and motor impairments! and organizations who want or perhaps are now required by law to make their web sites accessible…
Live Forms v6 enables designers to create forms/workflows that meet Section 508 and W3C WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards. Users needing assistive technology can now use Mac OXS Voice Over on Safari only and JAWS for Windows to read and fill your frevvo accessibly designed forms.
Of course you can design frevvo forms that won’t pass accessibility certification by not taking advantage of Live Forms accessibility features. For example, form controls that are missing informative labels and help, hint text will not pass accessibility certification. So you are ultimately responsible for testing your forms to verify they pass your own certification process.
It’s wonderful news that with a little careful form/workflow design and enabling the new v6 accessibility features, we can now support runtime form access by everyone regardless of disability.
Please see the documentation Accessibility and Live Forms for details.