Writing for Accessibility

When writing copy for your website or a document, follow these best practices to make your content more accessible, reader friendly and understandable to a larger audience. What’s good for accessibility is also good for readability for everyone!

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6 Types of Accessibility Solutions

Whether your organization is looking to make your website or documents accessible due to a legal requirement or just to be more inclusive and reach more a larger audience, you may consider one or more accessibility solutions.

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How to Prioritize Accessibility Issues on Your Website

When you are looking to resolve accessibility issues on your website, there are a few things to consider that will help you prioritize, especially if you don’t have the time or resources to address everything at one time. This will allow you to spread out your accessibility efforts over time with the resources you have.

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How to Test Your Website for Accessibility

Website accessibility has been increasingly getting more attention over the past five years due to the website accessibility lawsuits that have occurred. You can take steps right now to check your website for accessibility issues.

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What to Expect With InDesign File Remediation

When you need to have an InDesign file remediated and made into an accessible PDF, it’s helpful to know what information to share with the remediator as well as what to expect with InDesign file remediation.

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