Tableau Accessibility Demo

The Tableau Platform enables users to drive change in their organizations by leveraging the power of human visual perception to help people understand data. Once a Tableau user reaches understanding and insights and is ready to communicate to a broad audience, they can publish the resulting visualizations to either Tableau Server, Tableau Online, or Tableau Public. Below is an example of a Tableau 2019.1 workbook that is published to Tableau Public and embedded in this web page.

Equal Entry visitors that are new to Tableau can read using SAT Performance of Admitted Students to learn more about this dashboard.

Equal Entry created using a Tableau Dashboard as reusable content for Tableau authors to aid their documentation of Tableau’s native keyboard support and other accessibility related tips and tricks.

While the visual nature of Tableau presents special challenges for accessibility, Equal Entry is working with Tableau to help them create visualizations that are accessible to people with a wide variety of disabilities, including visual disabilities. The embedded workbook below was designed to to be as accessible as possible by following the best practices documented within Tableau’s Community Forum FAQ: Accessibility.

Take a look, play around, and check out what Kyle Gupton from Tableau has to say about working with Equal Entry.