If you can relate to any of the statements in my article Excuses You Make to Ignore Accessibility, don’t get discouraged. There are some simple steps you can take to get going in the right direction. It isn’t an all or nothing project. Before you know it you’ll see improvements and more people will be able to access your website.
And you’ll feel better for doing the right thing.
Download your free checklist with some simple instructions to help you get started. Once you give that a go and you feel that you need to do more, I suggest you begin with a website accessibility audit. You can either use that audit to fix the issues yourself, or you can hire a professional to do it for you. Either way, we all should be striving to make our world more accessible for everyone.