Disney+ commit their subscriber to bringing a magic and an inclusive experience. Their dedication was continuously striving for their standard of accessibility. They work hard to improve their guest experience, and they even include the third parties to do the best practices. Disney+ is always enjoyable for everybody, and they have various options to make their guest enjoy and experience the app.
- Audio Description (AD): This is mainly for those people who are blind or have visual impairments; for them, you need to provide additional auditory context. This will be shown on the screen while playback of the video.
- Text to Speech: This is for those individuals who have a problem narrating on-screen elements and navigating the Disney+ interface. This application can offer test-to-speech, that supports the entire experience available all screen reader software, except PlayStation 4.
- Closed Captioning (CC): CC assists for those who are deaf or heard of hearing. They provide additional context like subtitles. Maximum titles are available with closed captions in different languages.
- Color Contrast: Disney+ is designed with text which makes it easy to see and individuals can read with varying degrees.
- Responsive Design: Each screen is designed so that various sizes of screen can support this. Every individual can use their devices which can work best for them. Disney+ also supports zoom tools which assist an individual with visual impairments.
- Keyboard Navigation: Many people do not use the mouse to navigate the laptop or web browser. Disney+ is automatically navigable via an individual’s keyboard, which is comparable to an input device.
- Photosensitivity Warning: Some of the Disney+ content has a flashing light sequence, which affects users who have photosensitive epilepsy. They will also have a 4K Ultra UHD content version, which has a greater brightness with color saturation, and it also affect users.