Whether you’re a seasoned digital guru or a newbie to the web editing world, these guidelines will help you build a useful and usable website that effectively shares your story.
Aligning your website with best practices is about more than doing the right thing. These guides will help your site with:
- Accessibility: Is the information — including text, images and videos — accessible to all users, including people who have disabilities or use assistive technologies?
- Search engine optimization (SEO): Can search engines like Google find the site and determine what it’s about so it ranks well for relevant searches?
- User experience and expectations: Is the site easy for people to use and understand? Does it anticipate and accommodate users’ needs? Does it follow established web standards that people are already familiar with?
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Web Accessibility Users Group
Web accessibility includes standards and best practices for creating web-based content that’s accessible to people with disabilities and those using assistive technology.
If you’d like to learn more, visit the Web Accessibility Users Group website and sign up to learn about their next meeting.
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