Is your website currently being haunted by black text on an orange background, head(ing)less site structure, or ghastly flashing images? If so, it’s time to dust off your accessibility cobwebs because following WCAG 2.0 guidelines isn’t as scary as you might think. Providing equal access to every human, ghost, goblin, and vampire should be your sweetest treat to hand out this Halloween.
Walk down the trick-or-treat path in the infographic below to unwrap enchanting accessibility resources. Use what you learn to create an accessibility plan that will delight all your visitors.
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Title: Unwrap Shareable Digital Accessibility Treats
Description: We’re sending you to the houses that hand out the equivalent of full-size candy bars. Follow the trick-or-treat path to collect accessibility treats. Unwrap each resource by clicking on the piece of candy.
- Candy #1
Create a proactive accessibility guide
Unwrap for five proactive steps plus a seven month timeline.
- Candy #2
Find obvious accessibility problems
Unwrap for ways to test and find accessibility issues.
- Candy #3
Build a digital accessibility policy
Unwrap for the three topics to include in your policy.
- Candy #4
Complete the accessibility checklist
Unwrap for a 16 point checklist.
- Candy #5
Use an accessibility tool to monitor your website
Unwrap to see the #1 accessibility website tool.
Bucket of candy