Accessible
Digital Design
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Knowledge Check

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1. The required colour contrast ratio for body text is:

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Question 1 Right answer: A. 4.5:1.

2. Increased colour contrast between foreground and background elements benefits:

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Question 2 Right answer: D. Everyone.

3. Which types of fonts are recommended for improved readability on screen?

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Question 3 Right answer: B. Sans serif fonts.

4. You have designed an information sheet with 2 sections. The sections are visually divided by a colourful swirly line. What type of image is the dividing line?

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Question 4 Right answer: B. Decorative image.

5. True or False: If text is embedded in your image, you must include it in your alt-text.

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Question 5 Right answer: A. True.

6. Well written alt text, that has value for the user, considers:

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Question 6 Right answer: A. The context of the image.

7. What are accessible book formats?

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Question 7 Right answer: E. All of the above.

8. What is a ‘born accessible’ book?

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Question 8 Right answer: D. Accessible versions of a book published at the same time as the print copy.