All still and moving images in a Flash file require an equivalent version for those who cannot view them. In the last lesson, you learned about one type of equivalent, the audio recording. In this lesson, you will learn about the other, text equivalents.
Flash is a visual medium. One way to create powerful text equivalents is to imagine going through your Flash file on the phone with someone when his or her computer monitor suddenly stops working. How would you convey the visual excitement and the depth of information in the visual components over the phone? There are places in Flash for this description to be available to everyone who needs it.
Select Next to experience a demonstration from a blind user's perspective when it is missing.