Here are some examples:
- Don't sacrifice layout tables. Just be sure your layout tables don't have identified headers and don't use blank cells for layout purposes.
- Don't force sequential tabbing order on all Captivate slides. You can allow random tabbing as long as the information is not sequential and the user experience isn't negatively affected.
- Don't merely mirror slide text in the slide notes on every eLearning slide in your eLearning authoring tool. Create slide notes and alt text for the visually impaired user that contain additional instructive and helpful information that will enhance user experience, especially for interactions.
- Don't give up on colors that don't initially meet the color contrast requirements. Experiment with enlarging the text, bolding the text, or creating borders around the text where you can.