I’m getting lots of warnings about content and navigation elements that are not compliant with assistive technologies like screen readers for the visually impaired. Since Adalo is ‘no code’ there doesn’t seems to be an opportunity to add assistive tags when designing a screen. Has anyone devised workarounds?
Since this app is targeted at English Language Learners, it is consciously designed to use visible symbols rather than a lot of text as an aid to THEIR accessibility. No doubt others developing with Adalo have received similar warnings. Do people generally ignore the warnings?
Would adding text that blends with the background or hidden behind an element be an adequate approach?
It would be nice if each element or action could have a field for inserting assistive tags.