The design principle for Android which will be called “I should always know where I am” is key for accessibility matters. Most users benefit from visual and haptic feedback while browsing (labels, colors, icons or touch feedback). Users with a low vision, conversely, benefit from explicit verbal descriptions and big high-contrast visual effects.
Consequently, to include all possible users, as we design an app, it is necessary to think about the labels and precise notes for a correct browsing through sound and also through an intuitive way. We therefore decided to put together some considerations that Android development guides recommend: