The following resources provide guidance on creating accessible websites.
- Developing Accessible Websites
- Tools and Resources
- 30 Web Accessibility Tips
- World Wide Access: Accessible Web Design
- Web Accessibility: Guidelines for Administrators
- Web Design and Development course
- Accessibility Fundamentals
Access Q&As, Case Studies and Promising Practices
- How do I make websites accessible?
- What access challenges might visitors to a web page experience?
- Are some fonts more accessible than others?
- What constitutes good alt text?
- Are text-only websites an accessible alternative?
- Are there accessibility guidelines for web browsers?
- How can I develop accessible web-based forms?
- How well do screen readers support web accessibility guidelines?
- Professional Development for Web Accessibility: Case Studies on Higher Education
- Universally Designed Web Pages: A Case Study on Access Issues for a Student with a Learning Disability
- Web Access: A Case Study on Making Content Accessible to a Student who is Blind
- Bellevue College: A Promising Practice in Modifying a Web Accessibility Curriculum to be More Practical
- Blue Ridge Community College: A Promising Practice in Using Student Feedback to Improve Access to Information Technology
- Disability Mentoring Day at the UW-Madison: A Promising Practice in Staff Training
- North Carolina State University: A Promising Practice on Web Accessibility Policy
- Ohio State University: A Promising Practice in Web Accessibility Support
- University of Wisconsin-Madison: A Promising Practice in Development, Articulation, and Support of a Web Accessibility Policy
- UW INFO 340 Web Development: A Promising Practice in Including Accessibility in the Computing Curriculum
- UW-Madison and IT Accessibility: Promising Practices for IT Support
- WebD2: A Promising Practice in Integrating Accessibility Topics into Curriculum
- Find more in DO-IT’s Searchable Knowledge Base.