• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 40 minutes
  • Number of questions: 50
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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DQ - Types of Disabilities (1)

DQ - 1 - Types of Disabilities (1)

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The solutions for challenges for blind people who cannot read the text on the containers or packaging for consumer items such as medicine, toothpaste, shampoo, sunscreen, hand cream, personal care products, foods, drinks, candy :

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The lowercase "deaf" term refers to the __________________, the partial or total hearing loss a person experiences from a medical perspective.

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Interface designers and content authors can _____________  to make it compatible with the assistive technologies used by blind people.

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If a JavaScript alert pops up to the side of the current visual focus, the alert may actually appear out of the visible area for the user with __________.

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____________  do not announce text styles such as font, color, size, bold, and italic.

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__________________  involve hearing impairment, hearing loss, and deafness.

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 ____________isn't a single condition. It is a broad category encompassing many different conditions, with varying degrees of vision impairment.

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To attempt to remedy the effects of low contrast and bright areas, users may modify the colors either in the __________________.

9 / 50

Those who have total loss of hearing, __________________  such as sign language or communication boards are used to communicate with others.

10 / 50

The challenges for people who cannot read money to determine its value is:

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The solutions for challenges for people with blindness are :

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If blind people who cannot see signs or other text on buildings or other areas in the built environment, the solutions are :

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Reading small text is an extremely difficult task for a user with ___________  and they may need to use screen magnification like ZoomText.

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It is crucial to not use color alone to convey important information since users customize colors based on what is best for them.

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For people with low vision Screen readers can supplement screen magnifiers by reading interfaces and content out loud to users through ___________.

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________________  use screen readers to convert digital text to braille. These devices are typically expensive, and only a minority of blind people know how to read using it.

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A blind person use the web is that they use a software program called a ___________.

18 / 50

Tritanopia, is also known as  ___________  color-blindness.

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A person ______________________ doesn’t have any measurable hearing loss, but instead there are challenges with interpreting, organizing, or analyzing what they hear.

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If a person is both deaf and blind, the only option is to use a ______________ in combination with a screen reader

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___________________ , which results in diffculty with processing sounds or speech

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Deuteranopia and Protanopia are two common sub-types of ______________  color-blindness.

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The solutions for challenges for people who cannot see or feel the controls on flat interfaces on consumer devices such as microwaves, ovens, dishwashers, etc.

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The solutions for challenges for people who cannot read books, magazines, posters, postal mail, or other printed materials is :

 

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A person who has a visual acuity of ___________ with corrective lenses

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It is best to place popups, alerts, error messages, and other similar messages near the _____________ , to make sure users don't miss them

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______________  can read interfaces and content out loud to users by converting digital text to synthesized speech, but only if they have been designed to be accessible.

28 / 50

Self-voicing interfaces (on ATMs, kiosks, transportation systems, etc.) and applications can communicate to users without the need for a screen reader for people with ______________.

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Those who have ______________ may be unable to see well enough to drive or read most printed text unless they enlarge it.

30 / 50

The solutions for people who are deaf-blind where the Audio (including the audio portion of videos) cannot be heard is:

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Alternative large print versions of small print text can make printed materials easier to read. This will help people with ____________.

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Make sure the important information is represented in the________________.

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_____________  convert the text on the web page into spoken words. Blind people listen to web pages.

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Deaf culture or Deaf Community focuses on the beliefs, cultural norms, values, and experiences shared between a group or groups of people who are deaf

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For people with  _________________ colors may not be easily visible, and may be hard to distinguish from each other.

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___________  refers to the inability to distinguish between certain kinds of colors, especially colors that are of equal brightness or luminosity.

37 / 50

The most prevalent form of color-blindness, though, is __________  color-blindness.

38 / 50

The term “blindness” is often used to define a total loss of vision, it may also refer to partial blindness, where sight may be extremely limited (low vision).

39 / 50

For people with low vision ________________ (web, mobile applications, etc.) of printed materials can give users the ability to read the materials using their own assistive technologies.

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__________________ can communicate to users without the need for a screen reader, but these are appropriate mostly for broadcasting information, because they usually do not interact with the interface or content as screen readers do.

41 / 50

People who can hear have often interpreted deafness as a _____________ , and view hearing loss as an actual physical loss of something

42 / 50

For people with low vision ________________ can enlarge the items on the screen to make them easier to read.

43 / 50

Cannot see digital or electronic interfaces (computers, automated teller machines (ATMs), mobile devices, airport kiosks, televisions, printers, copiers, phones, GPS devices, etc.). Solutions is to:

44 / 50

Rather than have the screen reader read out loud in an audio format, people who are both deaf and blind have the screen reader output the text to the braille display, which they can then feel with their hands.

45 / 50

People who have______________  see colors in grayscale.

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Those who are colorblind, it is critical that____________  is not used as the only way to communicate or distinguish information.

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The uppercase usage of "Deaf" refers to __________________ .

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The solutions for challenges for people who are deaf-blind where the Digital text cannot be seen is:

A) A screen reader can convert text to braille on a refreshable braille device, or "printed" in a braille embosser.
B) Using Transcripts to read the text
C) Using Captions for the live video to be read
D) Use Audio descriptions for the pre recorded video

49 / 50

People with low vision can benefit from screen readers too.

50 / 50

For people with low contrast and hard to read choose color combinations with _____________ to easily read

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