You can follow these best practices:
- Provide captions for videos: Captions provide a text alternative for the audio content in your videos, making it accessible for users who are deaf or hard of hearing. Captions should include all spoken dialogue and any relevant sound effects and music.
- Provide transcripts for audio content: Transcripts provide a text alternative for the audio content in your podcasts, audio recordings, and other audio content. Transcripts should include all spoken content, relevant sound effects, and music.
- Use accessible media players: Use media players that are accessible to users with disabilities, including those that are keyboard accessible and can be used with assistive technologies.
- Provide audio descriptions for videos: Audio descriptions provide a verbal description of the visual content in your videos, making it accessible for users who are blind or have low vision. Audio descriptions should describe any important visual elements, such as actions, facial expressions, and scenery.
- Use high-contrast colors and clear fonts: Use high-contrast colors and clear fonts for captions and transcripts to make them easier to read for users with visual impairments.
- Test with assistive technologies: Use assistive technologies like screen readers and magnifiers to test your audio and video content. This will help you identify any issues that need to be fixed.