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RESOURCES: Digital accessibility

RESOURCES: Digital accessibility

There are a ton of great online resources on accessibility. Here are some that I’ve found useful.

I’m an accessibility ally—someone who is not an expert on accessibility but who is continually learning and trying to do better.

There are a lot of online resources on digital accessibility. The rich options can make it hard to find the most helpful material, so here are some of my favorites. (This list will most definitely be updated!)

Items are listed in no particular order.

Guidelines and standards

Alt text

Audio and visual media

Emoji use

Epubs and PDFs

Microsoft Word and PowerPoint

Tables

Training

User interfaces and experience (UI and UX)

Writing

Are there others that you recommend? Please let me know in a comment or send me a message!

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