Developing accessible UI frameworks for Windows
To be usable by as many people as possible, UI frameworks built for the Windows platform should support accessibility features that make it easier for those with disabilities, personal preferences, or specific work styles to use their Windows devices successfully.
This overview describes how to build a UI framework that supports features such as programmatic access and automation, keyboard navigation and commanding, color and theme options, and personalization through user settings.
In this section
- UI Automation for Win32
- Keyboard accessibility
- Respecting High Contrast
- User settings
- User settings blog post