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.
This webinar was presented by Abi James on April 8, 2019, but the video, slide deck, and transcript of the presentation are available. How to make written content accessible to as many people as possible.
The Accessibility Project wants to help make accessibility easier to implement on the web through short, digestible content pieces kept up to date.
October 10, 2019. A 24-hour online event that celebrates inclusive design and shares knowledge and ideas from analog to digital, from design to development, from planners to practitioners, and everything and everyone in between.
November 18-22, 2019 in Westminster, Colorado. A conference for higher education and business focusing on the implementation and benefits of accessible media, information resources, universal design, assistive technology, and legal and policy issues.
by Laura Kalbag. This book guides you through the accessibility landscape: understand disability and impairment challenges; get a handle on important laws and guidelines; and learn how to plan for, evaluate, and test accessible design.
by Jonathan Lazar and Michael Ashley Stein. This book addresses the global issue of equal access to information and communications technology by persons with disabilities. The right to access the same digital content at the same time and at the same cost as people without disabilities is implicit in several human rights instruments.
by Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery. A book to help you make your site accessible without sacrificing design or innovation. Rooted in universal design principles, this book provides solutions: practical advice and examples of how to create sites that everyone can use.
WCAG 2.1 was released in June 2018. This article gives an overview of what’s new in 2.1 compared to 2.0