1. Add missing alt texts to images.
2. When answering incorrectly the correct answer is not announced and is not visible for the readspeaker.
3. Transitions need to be much slower.
4. The next card/slide must be announced.
I agree that making the transition slower would degrade the experience. Also, no matter how slow we make it, it will always be possible that the answer is so long it still can't be read in time.
Could we solve the issue similarly as we solved it in Single choice set? By adding "Auto continue" option?
So if "Auto continue" is enabled, the user would get to enter "Timeout on correct answers" and "Timeout on wrong answers", that way he can control the transition speed.
If the option is disabled, upon checking the card user would get "next" button and he would have have to click it to get the next card.
I don’t think it is a very good solution, because it forces the author to choose betweeen having a solution that is accessible (with the next button) and a solution that is not accessible but probably has a better user experience. And they may not understand the implications of choosing the non-accessible one.
I think the best approach is to no set the focus on the next input automatically, this way we won’t cut off the readspeaker.
Can we add a timeout before the transition like we do in SCS? I.e. giving the user some time to see that he has answered.
what do you think ?
Works much better.