As the COVID pandemic amply demonstrated, uncomplicated access to the web has become essential to daily life for people of all ages. But for many years, websites weren’t designed with accessibility in mind: the ability of people with a range of capacities — auditory, cognitive, neurological, physical, speech, visual — to fully engage with technology.
How accessible is your organization’s website? The links below offer tools and resources to learn how to make your website more inclusive for all of your visitors.
- Inclusive Components
All about designing inclusive web interfaces, piece by piece.
- The Accessibility Project (AKA The A11y Project)
A community-driven effort to make digital accessibility easier
- WebAIM: Web Accessibility in Mind
Resources, tools, articles and more
- W3C Web Accessibility Initiative: Accessibility Fundamentals
Standards, resources, tools — and a free online course (via edX)