When creating accessible content there are many different factors to consider. Websites, documents, audio, and video are just a few areas to address. Below is a helpful checklist to walk through when developing, shaping, and editing content.
Top 10 Accessibility Check List
- Page Title and Description: Is your page title and description unique and clear?
- Page Layout: Is your page content presented in a logical flow?
- Headings: Are there section headings that separate content into segments?
- Heading Order: Do headings descend in a logical way, e.g., Heading 1, Heading 2?
- Visibility: Does the text on the page stand out against the background?
- Readability: Is content on the page easy to read?
- Language: Is the text concise?
- Links: Do the links describe the destination clearly and are they easy to find?
- Image Descriptions: Do all images convey a meaning and have descriptive text (alt tags)?
- Media Captions: Do media have captions for audio and descriptions for information provided visually?