4 steps to get started with web accessibility

Anyone can be part of making the web more accessible, but you need to know how before you can start. Keep reading to learn the 4 ways that got me started with web accessibility plus specific actions to help you get started too. When I accepted a position in web accessibility, I was excited because…

A beginner’s complete guide to form accessibility: the 5 things accessible forms need and how to fix common errors

All form label-related accessibility results. Forms are essential – they’re how we get information from our web users, so they can make a purchase, we can subscribe them to newsletters, or they can set up appointments. Inaccessible forms mean some of your users aren’t able to complete the form, complete it incorrectly, or have a…

Accessible forms and error validation training resources

Below, you’ll find resources to share with your team and an activity to test your own forms for accessibility. To start getting your team or organization to make more accessible forms, we suggest sharing these resources – even 5 minutes is enough to learn more. You could then use the resources and activity for a…

Accessible lists and tables training resources

Below, you’ll find resources to share with your team and an activity to start making more accessible lists and tables. To start getting your team or organization to make more accessible lists and tables, we suggest sharing these resources – even 5 minutes is enough to learn more. You could then use the resources and…

How to make accessible lists and tables

All table-related accessibility results. All list-related accessibility results. Lists and tables are both used to organize web content, and when they are accessible, it is easier for screen reader users to understand and navigate your content. Making your lists and tables accessible is easy if you know what to do and what to avoid. In…