Results for Flickr Tell a Story in 5 Frames
Users are supposed to use five photos (and no text) to tell a story visually. The community can respond. It is part of the flickr family of sites, but in this case designed to encourage creative thinking with comments similar to a blog.
Accessibility Testing Results
The site is easy to use and once the photos are loaded and individual ones are chosen there is a heading where people tend to label the picture. The site has good structure, is keyboard accessible and is easy to read with good contrast levels and easy zoom.
|1||Login, Signup and Other Forms Accessible||Flickr uses the standard Yahoo.com signup form which is fully labelled and accessible. Once you have this sign in completed you can use all add-on applications for Flickr.|
|2||Image ALT Attributes||Not all images on this site offer alternative text - this may cause screenreader users to have a differing understanding of the content.|
|3||Link Target Definitions||All links, including images which would otherwise be ambiguous, have titles to uniquely identify them.|
|4||Frame Titles and Layout||No frames or iframes, which can be disorientating for screen-readers, are used in the design.|
|5||Removal of Stylesheet||The page is still understandable and functional when it is viewed as a linear document, with no styles.|
|6||Audio/Video Features||It is possible to add text descriptions to images.|
|7||Video/animations - audio descriptions||There is no chance to add audio descriptions to images.|
|8||Appropriate use of Tables||Tables are used to construct this site - this may cause some screenreaders to read the content in the wrong order.|
|9||Tab Orderings Correct and Logical||Tab order is in a logical and consistent top-to-bottom or left-to-right format.|
|10||Page Functionality with Keyboard||The website is fully accessible without the use of a mouse.|
|11||Accessibility of Text Editors||This site has no rich text editor.|
|12||Appropriate Feedback with Forms||The product provides suitable feedback when the user performs an action.|
|13||Contrast and Colour Check||No contrast issues.|
|14||Page Integrity when Zooming||The website maintains the layout and usability of all critical areas perfectly when zoomed.|
|15||Text size, style, blinking elements and Readability||The majority of text on the site is size ten, which is readable but may be uncomfortable for some.|
The following table shows how well the product performs for people with disabilities, as listed in the Disabilities section.
Percentages do not indicate how much of a site is accessible. They indicate the average figure of test results relevant to each disability. Select a disability to see which tests are relevant to it.
|Specific Learning Differences (including Dyslexia)||87%|
|Partially Sighted and Visual Acuity||83%|
|Cognitive Learning Disabilities||81%|
|Blind and Severe Visual Impairments||75%|
|Deaf/Hard of Hearing||67%|