WCAG 2.1 Success Criteria Submission Requirements
From Mobile Accessibility Task Force
Deadline: December 1, 2016
- Success Criteria Text: If suggesting a wording change to an existing success criteria, write the complete SC text and indicate the changes by surrounding new text with "@@". For example (just an example), "1.4.3 Contrast (Minimum): The visual presentation of @@text, images of text, and icons@@ has a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1, except for the following: (Level AA)".
- Success Criteria Level: A/AA/AAA
- Glossary: Suggested glossary definitions or changes.
- Associated Principle and Guideline or Proposal for New Guideline
- Success Criteria Intent: What users benefit from the content successfully addressing it.
- User benefits: Clear information about how the proposal will benefit users, along with justification and evidence of the benefits. Include links to research.
- Test Procedure: Description of how this SC can be tested.
- Technique Titles: Possible technique titles which could be used to satisfy the SC.
Mobile Success Criteria (14 New SCs and 14 weeks until deadline)
- New Guideline: Pointer Accessible: Make it easier for users to operate touch and pointer functionality.
- Pointer: All functionality can be operated with pointer input (Level A)
- Target Size: The size of the target in relation to the visible display at the default viewport size is at least: (Level AA)
- Pointer gestures (Level AA)
- New Guideline: Inputs with Assistive Technology
- Keyboard with AT (that remaps key input) (Level ?)
- Touch with Assistive Technology (Level ?)
- Input-agnostic (Level ?)
- No Focus Trap (Level ?)
- (No) accidental activation (Level ?)
- Speech Input: All functionality of the content (including touch and gesture) is operable through the keyboard, and does not obstruct a user's ability to access the keyboard commands through speech input. (Level A)
- Single key shortcut alternative: The user can adjust any single key shortcut to an alternative control of a string of symbols and letters.
- New Guideline: Advanced Input
- Pointer inputs with additional sensors
- Device sensors
- New Guideline: Make content usable in device orientations.
- Orientation: Orientation of the content is not locked to landscape or portrait, except where orientation is essential.
- Guideline 4.1 Compatible: Maximize compatibility with current and future user agents, including assistive technologies.
- Non-interference of AT: Content does not interfere with default functionality of platform level assistive technology (Level A)