Questions to Inform Design
- How am I maintaining consistency within multimedia?
- How can I make key points clear and stand out?
- How can I best highlight the most crucial information?
- What potential accessibility challenges does the multimedia pose for:
- Students with visual disabilities?
- Students with auditory disabilities?
- Students with cognitive disabilities?
- Students with motor disabilities?
- Students with English as a second language?
Resources for Support
Reflect on unique learner needs using Universal Design Through Multiple Lenses job aid.
Checkpoints for Universal Design
- Multimedia elements contain consistency in structure and design.
- The most crucial information is highlighted.
- For video, synchronized captions are included.*
- Descriptive text is included when video demonstration is not coupled with audio.*
- For audio, a text transcript is provided.*
- For images, alternate text is included (if image is decorative and has no meaning related to the content then a null attribute is included).*