Web Accessibility is about people with and without disabilities having equal access to the information they want and need from your website. With 1 in 5 people having some sort of disability, 20% of the population is just too large of a group to ignore.
Download this complimentary handbook and learn everything you need to know to make your website accessible.
This handbook includes:
- Overview of Web Accessibility
- Roles and Responsibilities within Web Accessibility
- Web Accessibility Resources
- Beginners Guide to Siteimprove Accessibility
- Who should use the Siteimprove Accessibility Tool?
- How to Check WCAG 2.0 Accessibility Issues
First 3 Pages
This eBook provides everything you need to know to make your website
accessible, including: a simple and thorough explanation of accessibility
theory, where to begin, low hanging fruit, use cases, best practices, and
tips and tricks.
How to use this handbook
This handbook aims to give you an introduction to the area of accessibility from various perspectives,
helping you define roles and responsibilities and understanding the list of tasks at hand.
It also gives you an introduction to Site improve Accessibility from various user cases.
Therefore the handbook has two main sections:
A beginner’s guide to web accessibility
A beginner’s guide to Site improve Accessibility
You can use both sections as learning material reading through the entire document or as a reference work looking up specific areas of interest.
Who should use this handbook?
Accessibility is something that is relevant for everyone working with websites regardless of whether you are a web designer, a web developer, a web manager or a web editor. Generally speaking though, web accessibility is very technical and many aspects are ensured in the development phase.Takeaways from this handbook
Learning about web accessibility in general
Knowing about the roles and responsibilities of ensuring website accessibility
Giving you priority areas and quick wins
Learning how to use Site improve Accessibility to work on fixing accessibility issues and
prioritizing CLICK to open the corresponding section
PART 1 →
A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO WEB ACCESSIBILITY
PART 2 →
A BEGINNER’S GUIDE
TO SITE IMPROVE ACCESSIBILITY