Get the most out of this website
On this website you will find:
- Descriptions of five criteria for cognitive accessibility together with a review method for each that helps to verify whether or not a criterion has been correctly implemented
- Prototypes of digital interfaces showing how it can look when the criteria have and have not been implemented.
- A short background on the research context for developing the criteria.
It is possible to read the descriptions of the five criteria as stand-alone documents. However, to better understand how the criteria helps the users in practice, we strongly recommend to also have a look at the examples.
To get the most out of the criteria, we would suggest to go through the following steps:
- Choose a criterion in the section “Criteria”
- Read through the review method of the criterion
- Go to the section “prototypes” to look at the example of how the criterion can be put in practice
- Compare the example where the criterion has not been implemented in the prototype to the example where the criterion has been implemented
- Think about how the criterion could best be put to use on a digital interface that you are working on or that is under your responsibility. Does it make sense? How would it be of benefit to the users?