This page contains resources that are useful to anyone that works with digital content. There are also resources for content editors and resources for developers. You may still find these resources useful, even if you are not specifically in a content editor or developer role.
Introduction to Web Accessibility and W3C Standards
This video created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) gives a brief overview at what web accessibility is and its benefits to everyone.
You can find presentation materials on this page.
Electronic Accessibility: What you Need to Know
Blogs and Articles
- Web Accessibility in Mind (WebAIM): non-profit accessibility center by Utah State University providing accessibility expertise and tools
- WebAxe: blog and podcast, posts about monthly with compiled lists of great resources
- 24A11y: a series of articles on digital accessibility, posted daily during December
- Axess Lab, Practical Examples of Accessibility: an excellent, detailed article showing real-world examples of how creating accessible web content can improve the overall user experience.
- Gov.UK: Do’s and Don’ts on Designing for Accessibility
- Accessibility for Everyone by Laura Kalbag
- Accessibility Handbook by Katie Cunningham
- Universal Design in Higher Education: From Principles to Practice, edited by Sheryl E. Burgstahler
- Microsoft Inclusive Design: Microsoft’s efforts in inclusive design with highlighted user stories