With more than 400 types of keywords available, users with many types of disabilities have a lot of options for navigating without using a mouse. An inability to interact and navigate using only the keyboard is a significant barrier.
Braile users can read computer screens thanks to refreshable displays.
Screen readers provide speech and/or braille output of your content for those who are blind or visually impaired.
These programs interact with web pages and applications to read semantic content to the user.
Sticks or Wands
Mouth sticks or wands provide users with a pointing device to make navigating easier for users with motor deficiencies.
Devices can make selections and complete interactions by pressure from a body part like the head or foot.
Eye tracking devices let a person navigate through the web page with only eye movements.
Software that enlarges content, often as much as 400%, makes it easier for users with low vision to see it.
Software, like Apple Siri or Amazon Alexa, helps users dictate text and control their computers with their voice. They accept spoken commands, which is helpful for users who have difficulty using a mouse and/or keyboard.