Resources for Writing for Web Accessibility

UPDATED MARCH 2017

A large part of web accessibility is creating content which can be easily understood, and writing is often times an overlooked factor. Like coding a website, writing must account for a variety of user conditions and abilities. It’s tricky! Here are some great articles to help.

From 4 syllables

Some great advice from @Writing4Web. This was originally a 7-part series; the articles were restructured since.

More great resources

Techniques from WCAG 2.0

The word "inaccessible" with "in" crossed out by a pen

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