Influencers and organisations – we need your voice to let everyone know that Digital Accessibility Matters!
The Digital Accessibility Matters Campaign is set to return in August and we need your inspiring, influential skills to spread this important message.
I’m sure that we can all agree that digital accessibility matters, and no one would want to purposefully exclude users with disabilities from accessing their website. However, there can sometimes be knowledge gaps when it comes to structuring websites and documents correctly for users of assistive technology.
After a successful campaign in 2020, and with digital platforms being more prevalent than ever, the Digital Accessibility Matters campaign is making its return.
So, you’ve made the wise decision to join the 75 million strong WordPress community for your next website build. As it’s our own personal favourite open source choice as well, you are certainly in the right place for advice.
You know what really presses our team’s buttons? Well, it’s actually buttons themselves; when vital components aren’t designed in an accessible way. This blog will show you how to create buttons to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) standards.
There are many website builders available, however, WordPress is the world’s most popular choice. In fact, around 42% of the internet uses WordPress over other Content Management Systems (CMS). This blog looks into why this is the case and ways it can improve your website’s growth.
No matter what digital platform you look at, there are elements of colour found across an array of site features. Having sufficient colour contrast ratios, makes sure that everyone can perceive your information. In turn, giving equal access to your content.