Covering everything from code to content, our aim is to help
organisations improve the accessibility of their websites. Then, share
what they've achieved; encouraging others to do the same.
The following resources should be helpful whether you came along to a session with us or not.
Simple, practical tips to improve the accessibility of your website:
- Add ‘alt text’ to all images (including logos) so that any visuals can be described by screenreaders.
- Make sure linked text makes sense out of context. People may be reading through a list of all the links on a page, so avoid phrases like ‘click here’ and ‘follow this link’.
- Be an advocate for your audiences by considering whose needs aren’t currently being met by your website – and what could be done to change that.
- Run free online assessment tools (such as Lighthouse, ChromeVox and NoCoffee) periodically to identify any easy-wins that will go towards making your website more accessible.
- Celebrate and share what you’ve done! Small changes have a big impact, so encouraging others to follow your lead will help to improve online accessibility in the arts.
Useful blog posts
We've compiled 5 top tips for creating an access culture in your digital marketing team; read all about it on the AMA website.
If you missed us at the conference and would like to discuss a bespoke accessibility audit and report for your organisation, get in touch with Kate Mroczkowski.
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