When there is content that people with disabilities can understand but that could be better organized or could be presented in a way that can improve their experience, you see a tip.
The reading order of a slide presentation is logical.
Slides appear in a logical order. Assistive technology reads slides and the elements on them in the specified order. If the reading order isn’t logical, the content doesn’t make sense.
Slide titles in a deck are unique.
Non-blank slides have unique titles. Users rely on titles to know where they are in the deck and to navigate the deck.
Layout tables are structured for easy navigation.
The layout order is logical for the language, and the tab order is not circular. Users rely on the table layout to navigate through the content. It must be ordered logically for users to understand and navigate the content.
No image watermarks are used.
There are no watermarks. Watermarks might be misunderstood as being part of the main content on the page and could cause confusion.
All headings are in the correct order.
All headings follow a logical order. Sequential headings with appropriate levels help users navigate, search, and understand the document’s organization.
Closed captions are included for inserted audio and video.
All audio and video objects have closed captioning. Without captioning, the information in a video or audio segment may be entirely lost to people with disabilities.