Web accessibility: Small changes can help your website work for everybody
When walking around a city, we’re used to ramps and audible crosswalk signals. These help people living with disability, but we all make use of them. The same is true online. Your website may inadvertently present barriers equivalent to a flight of stairs for a wheelchair user, but there are easy things you can do right now to make your site more inclusive. In this talk, we’ll explain why web accessibility helps everyone, and teach you how to use free tools to evaluate your own website. Some issues can be addressed by content creators and editors, while others require a web developer’s help. Equipped with this new knowledge, you can start to make meaningful improvements to your site that will be appreciated by your web visitors.
Presented by TYPO3 Accessibility Team member Paul Hansen.