Understanding Success Criterion 2.2.3: No Timing

Timing is not an essential part of the event or activity presented by the content, except for non-interactive synchronized media and real-time events.

Intent of Success Criterion 2.2.3: No Timing

The intent of this Success Criterion is to minimize the occurrence of content that requires timed interaction. This enables people with blindness, low vision, cognitive limitations, or motor impairments to interact with content. This differs from the Level A Success Criterion in that the only exception is for real-time events.

Video only, such as sign language, is covered in Guideline 1.1.

Benefits of Success Criterion 2.2.3: No Timing

Examples of Success Criterion 2.2.3: No Timing

Resources Success Criterion 2.2.3: No Timing

Techniques for Success Criterion 2.2.3: No Timing

Sufficient Techniques

  1. Allowing users to complete an activity without any time limit

Advisory Techniques

Failures