In this article Mark explains what an accessibility statement is, why you should have one and how it demonstrates your understanding of the needs of those with disabilities and how to write it.
In this last post in the series of ‘Top 25 website accessibility tips’ we highlight the most common 5 website accessibility problems and provide tips to avoid them. Website accessibility help & guidance If you are a council, UK public body or an organisation that would like to know more about how to ensure your […]
In this second article I will share some of the more common website accessibility errors and how to correct them and improve the experience for those with disabilities and that use assistive technology. Top website accessibility tips 11-20 11. When creating content using headings and web forms, check it by using the tab key to […]
In this blog post series I will provide practical, usable tips for anyone who manages or runs a website to improve the accessible nature of the site and its content for those with disabilities. But first, a brief reminder of what web accessibility is and why it’s important. WCAG – Website Content Accessibility Guidelines Pronounced […]