The Hand Talk website was developed to serve a broad audience through the implementation of accessibility resources, according to the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) recommendations from W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), the main organization for Web standardization, that develops technical specifications and guidelines for international use.
By doing this, people with visual, hearing and learning disabilities, cognitive impairments, reduced mobility, photosensitivity, etc, and the combination of those characteristics, can browse through the website with the resources implemented to guarantee this access, such as high contrast, keyboard shortcuts, navigation, ASL translation, among others.
This website was created in order to allow an efficient use of your browser’s native zoom resource. To increase the font size and zoom in on the content, just press the keys “Ctrl +” and “Ctrl -” to decrease and zoom out. To go back to the standard size, press “Ctrl o”.
Use the key Tab to navigate through elements that receive user action on the website, such as links, buttons, form fields and others in the order they are presented in the page, and Shift + Tab to return. Use the directional arrows to access textual information.
Observation: read the screen reader manual about the best way to navigate through web pages.