illustrations (which aren't meant to be accessible)

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When remediating documents which may contain blueprints or other illustrations which aren't designed for assistive technology, will a paragraph describing that illustration be a reasonable accommodation?
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Patrick Ramaker

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Bipin Pillai

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Hi Patrick

It depends on the illustration or blueprint. In most cases a detailed description will suffice. It is worth thinking about the important information in the image - what is it trying to convey? The best option would be to send us an example with your description and we can comment on that.

Cheers
AccessibilityOz
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