Key Accessibility Improvements For Web Development


Don’t delay any longer in making your websites accessible

All individuals should have equal access to websites, mobile apps, and other technologies, regardless of disability. Website accessibility has been around for decades, but it’s often forgotten or overlooked, which is hard to believe when the disabled community in the US represents 12.8% of the entire country.

By adopting the following introductory concepts from the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, website developers can offer their disabled users a vastly improved and fulfilling experience. In fact, everyone in the world can benefit from many of the best practices outlined in this guide.

What you’ll Learn:

  • What makes a website accessible
  • Areas where you may have accessibility issues
  • Changes you can make to become accessible


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