Website Accessibility Made Easy-Your 2020 Ultimate Guide

Mark Holden

This accessibility-related article written by Mark Holden provides a detailed overview of different types of accessibility and further presents further detailed tips on practical development for accessibility.


"Website accessibility means making your website easy for everybody to access, including users with disabilities or impairments of some type or other. The Internet is a non-physical space, so it should be equally accessible to all – but only if we all plan for accessibility."


The author explains in detail about each types of accessibility which cover all aspects to the readers. The structure is as follows:


  1. Accessibility for Users with Visual Disabilities

  2. Accessibility for People with Auditory Disabilities

  3. Accessibility for People with Physical Disabilities

  4. Accessibility for Users with Low Cognitive Ability


In the conclusion the author speaks that Creating an accessible website takes a little more time and forethought, but it reaps many rewards. Apart from the need to comply with the laws and regulations in your country, an accessible website is easier to use for everyone, boosts your SEO, and helps all your visitors to have a smoother and more enjoyable experience on your site. It also opens your website up to the 15-20% of the population who have some type of disability.


While some steps are more complicated and need the help of a developer, you can make your website accessible from day one with some simple and quick changes. An accessible website may involve more work, but there’s no question that it’s worth it, for everyone.



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