December 2016 Newsletter
Your friends at WebAIM - Cyndi, Jared, Jon, George, Crista, Nate, and Jose - wish you Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and a bright and prosperous 2017!
The U.S. Department of Justice recently announced that it is expediting its timetable for ADA Title II technical web accessibility standards.
Registration is now open for the March 14-15 WebAIM training in Logan, Utah.
"There’s a long way to go, but with steadily improving education, awareness and training, I’m confident that this can change."
No matter what your motivation is, everyone benefits from creating accessible websites. This article presents four of these benefits.
An introduction to web accessibility. Tips on how to improve your markup and provide users with more and better ways to navigate and interact with your site.
LFLegal provides a year-end update to legal developments for digital accessibility.
Quick Tip: Page Titles
A succinct, unique, and descriptive page title is very important for accessibility. Many users, especially screen reader users, rely on the page title to identify the contents on a page. It also greatly helps search engine optimization and usability of search engine results. Page titles should typically list the most important information first.