Accessibility Support for Senders has been implemented throughout OneSpan Sign using the strategies, standards, and resources developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). However, there are still some limitations that will be resolved in the near future.
While OneSpan Sign follows the general principles of universal accessibility, full accessibility for some features requires implementing certain configurations (e.g., enabling drag and drop without a mouse, or using the Signing Ceremony on screen readers). Please refer to those sections to enable those features.
Creating and sending transactions works best with the New User's Experience.
The Accessibility Support component enables people with disabilities to use OneSpan Sign with a screen reader, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and other global accessibility requirements.
This Accessibility User's Guide contains the following information which will help you enable and use Accessibility Support: