Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that your website developer shoulders the responsibility for accessibility. Anyone who edits content on your site needs to be aware of some basics to keep in mind while adding and editing content. This tutorial is a great overview for copywriters and content editors.
A living style guide/pattern library with a focus on accessibility.
The A11y Rules podcast introduces you to the folks in the web accessibility community and provides the opportunity to hear from people with disabilities and the barriers they encounter while trying to use the internet.
Available as a set of illustrated posters or just on the website – a set of principles to consider when designing for everyone.
A deck of cards, each featuring a real person, to help designers and developers think about different kinds of accessibility and disability.
A collection of tips to keep in mind when you’re writing content for the web.
A collection of helpful resources for making digital documents of all types (Word, text, PDF, presentations, spreadsheets, etc) accessible.
An overview of all the W3C’s web accessibility standards, including WCAG and ARIA.
Desktop application for Windows, Mac, and Linux that allows you to automatically detect accessibility issues on websites, including local sites. Provides a friendly and helpful report with tips for fixing any issues found.
Design patterns for different common component patters such as cards, data tables, sliders, tabs, tooltips, menus, etc. Includes both design and code (HTML/CSS/JS) for each component.