Benefits: Low vision disabilities.
Except for captions and images of text, text can be resized without Assistive Technology up to 200 percent without loss of content or functionality.
- Can visually rendered text be scaled successfully so that it can be read directly by people with mild visual disabilities, without requiring the use of Assistive Technologies such as a screen magnifier?
- Including text-based controls (text characters that have been displayed so that they can be seen vs. text characters that are still in data form such as ASCII).
- Can content be scaled up to 200% - up to twice the width and height?
Images of text
Benefits: Blind disabilities.
Text is used to convey information rather than images of text. Achieve desired default visual presentation, to enable people who require a particular visual presentation of text to be able to adjust the text presentation as needed.
- Are images used to present text?
- Is text embedded in images?
- Is actual text used instead images of text?