illustrations (which aren't meant to be accessible)

edited October 2017 in CCC Accessibility Center
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?


  • Bipin_Pillai
    Bipin_Pillai Member
    edited October 2017
    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.