AdobeSign <input> fields need aria-label attributes for ADA compliance
Forms generated using AdobeSign are not in compliance with ADA accessibility standards. Need an option when creating input fields to add an 'aria-label' attribute so that the fields can be easily identified by disabled / visually impaired users. Additionally, the radio buttons generated by the tool should be grouped with a <fieldset> or <legend> tag and utilize aria-label or aria-labelledby so that the buttons can be properly associated with each other and distinguished from other radio button groups.
Here is an example of an input field generated by an AdobeSign form:
<input type="text" name="Custom Field 3" value="" aria-required="true" tabindex="0" data-tabindex="4" style="border-style: solid; font-size: 13.1px; text-align: left;">
No aria-label is present, meaning a visually impaired user won't be able to tell what the input field is asking for.
A detailed explanation of form labels / radio inputs can be found here:
Please note that these standards are FEDERAL LAW, and failing to comply could potentially result in lawsuits. Not to mention its the right thing to do...it's the equivalent of installing wheelchair ramps at your business, everyone should have fair and easy access to the information.
AdobeSign is a great tool and we'd love to keep using it, I can't imagine Adobe would allow one of its product to violate the law - please add these features so we can continue to use it!