Learn about how Adobe Connect provides assistance for visual, auditory, and mobility needs, and how Adobe Connect complies with key standards.
Adobe Connect allows trainers, presenters, and meeting hosts to deliver engaging and informative experiences. Adobe endeavors to include presenters and participants with disabilities by improving the accessibility of Adobe Connect. The software is continuously enhanced to meet the needs of all types of users and to adhere to the worldwide standards that include individuals with visual, auditory, mobility, or other impairments.
Adobe Connect publishes conformance information that describes the standards it adheres to, outlines the accessibility features in the product, and describes the level of compliance. The accessibility conformance reports help Adobe Connect users understand the level of adherence to various standards. The enhancements done in Adobe Connect let all users use the interfaces easily via keyboard, screen reader, magnifiers, and other assistive technology.
Adobe Connect provides varying levels of support for the following standards:
To read individual reports with details of the level of compliance, see the following Accessibility Conformance Reports (ACRs).
Users with disabilities frequently rely on hardware and software to access web content and use software products. These tools are known as assistive technologies. Adobe Connect can work with the following types of assistive technologies (AT):
Users with vision challenges can:
Users with mobility challenges can use their keyboard to:
For more information, see keyboard shortcuts in Adobe Connect.
Assistive technology such as JAWS, NVDA and VoiceOver screen readers are now able to access the PDF documents being displayed in Adobe Connect meetings. This includes making titles, text, hyperlinks, and alt-text from placed graphics available to screen readers for users who are vision impaired.