To truly meet and exceed web accessibility standards, it always helps to have your solutions designed and developed by experts in the field. That way, when you launch a new website, you know that your digital presence is built from the ground up to be easy-to-use for everyone.
However, accessibility goes well beyond your site launch! Keeping your website accessible means taking into account all the circumstances that can keep someone from getting information they need— including having a hard time viewing images or reading text. So, while many web accessibility standards are met in the initial design and development of your site, others are always in the hands of your content editors.
It’s important that your website is easy to update and that you and your staff have a set of accessibility guidelines you can follow for consistency. To help you create great content that all your users can appreciate, we've put together a checklist of 5 ways to improve accessibility for your site's content.
1. Are your text links descriptive?