The Accessibility Inspector includes a color confusion simulator that helps you check if the colors that you use in your application are readable to users with color blindness.
For related training materials, see the Enabling accessibility features in applications module on Pega Academy.
What to do next: Discover more about accessibility in your UI in the following articles:
- Accessibility standards in Pega Platform
Pega supports users with disabilities by continuously integrating the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) standards into the architecture of applications that you develop. As a consequence, applications include accessibility features by default, which makes them more convenient for users who rely on assistive technology.
- Out-of-the-box accessibility features
Because accessibility is a design principle rather than a set of options that the user can enable or disable, many of its features are included by default in the architecture of Pega Platform applications.
- Best practices for accessibility
Accessible design helps users with disabilities access the full range of application features. By following best practices for accessibility, you ensure that your application meets the industry standards for all types of users.
- Inspecting accessibility
Identify and fix accessibility issues to ensure that users with disabilities can quickly access and efficiently operate your application. By using the Accessibility Inspector tool, you can check what your application looks like to users of varying visual ability and review UI components that are not accessible.
- Custom configuration options for accessibility
Pega Platform provides an expanding framework for building an accessible user interface. While the accessibility features are designed to cover most use cases out-of-the-box, you can also change their default settings to match your particular business needs.