Recommendation : 9. Implement technical solutions with the lowest impact
Are the animations necessary, desired by the user ?
What animations could be replaced by an infographic?
The processing of animations consumes technical resources and distracts the attention of users, moreover animations are generally dependent on the technical characteristics of the terminals and generate incompatibilities which artificially lead to the renewal of the equipment.
User journey presents media used in the service and value added they give
Opquast 47 / GreenIT 55
Rule for assessing the level of compliance of the criterion
Number of animations analyzed / Number of animations
20 other criteria related to the recommendation: Implement technical solutions with the lowest impact
Is a clean version available for prints ?
Is the service suitable for different accessibility media formats ?
Have the different image formats available been evaluated to select only the most effective ?
Are image resizing processed upstream and statically (server side) ?
Is the definition of the image reduced and adapted to its objective (illustration, contractual, ...) ?
Do all images have a text alternative ?
Are alternative image formats made available through srcset ?
Are CSS sprites implemented to limit the flow of image fetching ?
Is formatting in css preferred, to limit the use of images ?
Does the lazy load bring a gain (weight of the page, CPU resource) ?
Is the definition of the sound suitable ?
Is it really a user action that triggers the "play" ?
Are videos or animations outside the active area automatically paused / stopped ?
Is a video the only solution for the expected illustration ?
Are you reducing the number of pictograms used in the service ?
Do you limit the number of fonts loaded for the service ?
If printing, is an ink saving font installed ?
Are the fonts used not loaded only for a small number of objects ?
Is the service developed in accordance with RGAA recommendations ?
Is a CSS alternative available for an animation ?