Below are some general accessibility guidelines that follow the WCAG’s guidelines to help you with managing your website content going forward. Check our blog post for more information on accessibility best practices.
Screen readers need to be able to communicate the context of a page or section within a page.
Screen readers need to be able to communicate the context behind a link.
Blind users can’t see images, nor does a screen reader that a blind user is using.
If you follow the best practices we’ve outlined throughout your project, your content should bode well with accessibility testing. To be certain, you can use always use these tools to test each page you create:
Is your organization upping their web accessibility requirements? Are you legally obligated to do more or report on your web accessibility standards? Contact Support – We can arrange a conversation with our strategists to discuss what it looks like to engage Orbit in an audit and get you an estimate.
Consider providing an accessibility statement page to your website and link to that page in the footer.
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