Digital Accessibility Tips

Digital Accessibility Tips

Alternative Text for Video Embeds

When you embed videos you need to make sure that you have the proper label associated with the video so that assistive technology users are able to not what each

When you have video and/or audio on your website you need to provide an additional way for users who cannot see or hear the video/audio to be able to gain that same information. This can be done by

Portable Document Format (PDF) has become a ubiquitous medium for sharing documents in various settings, from educational materials to business reports. Ensuring the accessibility of PDFs is crucial

Microsoft Office applications, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, have become integral tools in the professional setting in order to collaborate on documents. Ensuring accessibility within these

In the dynamic world of web design, creating an inclusive and accessible online experience is paramount. One often overlooked aspect is the accessibility of tables, which play a crucial role in

In the fast-paced digital era, accessibility is a key factor in ensuring that everyone, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, can navigate and interact with online content seamlessly. From

Language can be complicated and complex but is something that we cannot escape.  This month we are focusing on Language and how to make the language of our content more accessible for all of our users

The way we format our text can really help users be able to understand our content much faster and independently.

Capitalizing Text

Using capitalized text should be avoided whenever possible.

Color should be used limitedly and when used should be checked to make sure it meets the needed color contrast ratios requirements.

When Using Color, You Should:

  • Not use it by itself to