Hello, I am interested in getting started using the Accessibility Help Desk, can you help me understand what I can use it for? Can you give me some examples of questions I might ask? How many pages can I have reviewed?
The Accessibility Help Desk is available to provide answers on many types of accessibility questions, including those related to:
videos, captioning, and transcripts
color contrast issues
headings and organizing content
images and text descriptions
error messages from automated testing tools
accessibility of electronic documents, including PDF, MS Word, and MS PowerPoint presentations
The Accessibility Help Desk can answer questions about interactive website elements as well. Not sure about which drop-down menu systems to use? Deciding how to make a carousel interface accessible? Ask the Accessibility Help Desk for support.
The Accessibility Help Desk may also be used to conduct mini-accessibility reviews (up to 10 web pages) to obtain quick website evaluations and obtain a list of accessibility issues. For example, a California Community College seeking feedback regarding the accessibility of a web page, social media content, or website template could use the Accessibility Help Desk to request such a review.
Please note - At this time, the Accessibility Help Desk is not able to provide large-scale website accessibility evaluations at this time. Also, the Help Desk is not able to evaluate vendor-based products (e.g., publisher course packs, etc.). Please contact the CCC Accessibility Center if any questions (email@example.com).