The ultimate accessible content checklist for web professionals

  • Author: Access iQ ®
  • Date: 7 Jun 2013
  • Access: Free

Quick facts

While accessibility should be factored into any project in the planning stages, content is usually the most frequently updated element of a website and the quickest way to make or break its accessibility. This is a checklist of all checklists for content managers, editors, writers, communications specialists working in accessibility.

Taken from our premium guide to web accessibility for content authors, we've broken down the top 14 topic areas you need to consider, into a comprehensive list of checklist items to get you started.

Part 1:

  • Images
  • Headings
  • Lists
  • Links
  • Page titles

Part 2:

  • Foreign words and phrases
  • Acronyms and abbreviations
  • Unusual words or jargon
  • Readability
  • Pronunciation

Part 3:

  • Colour and colour contrast
  • TablesSensory characteristics
  • Information and relationships