Committed to making Lucid accessible.

At Lucid we are committed to helping all users harness the power of Lucidchart and Lucidpress to collaborate inclusively. Is Lucid for Education accessible?

In short, yes. We are aligned with WCAG 2.1 AA standards. With built-in features that empower users to create accessible documents, Lucidchart and Lucidpress can help foster inclusive environments as well as help you comply with federal and local mandates.

Features Highlight

Add Alternative Text:

Users can add alternative text to any image so that a screen reader will read that image.

Establish a Correct Reading Order:

From the accessibility settings, users can rearrange the reading order by dragging the headings and tags to move them to the correct order.

Add Bookmarks:
Making Tables Accessible:

Users are able to tag the headings and rows of a table so that assistive technologies can process the table information.

Adding Tags:

Users can add tags to any block of text so that a screen reader knows what order to read the text on the page.

Create Headings:

Users can now create Headings 1-6 to instantly provide a reading order and navigational abilities for assistive technologies.

Building Consistency:

The new Accessibility Settings features help create consistency on each page so that users with disabiities and their assistive technologies can more easily navigate the content.

Setting the Document Title and Language:

Users can easily name the document and identify the language for the entire page, along with blocks of test so that screen readers know how to pronounce the words. This ensures that users with disabilities receive the correct pronunciation and can truly understand the content.

If you experience any barriers to access,
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