5. How can I do simple checks on web accessibility myself?
You don't have to be an expert to make some easy checks on the accessibility of a website: try some simple checks to assess the accessibility of a web page and learn to spot common accessibility issues.
17. Where can I find a list of web accessibility evaluation tools?
The W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) has a list of web accessibility evaluation tools as well as advice on how to select the right evaluation tool for your needs. This is currently being redesigned through the WAI-CooP Project.
24. Is there guidance on involving users with disabilities in design and development?
Involving users early on in project development is really important to understand real-world accessibility issues, such as how people with disabilities and older people use the web with adaptive strategies and assistive technologies.
The W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) developed resources showing how to involve users with disabilities in design and development, including advice on involving users in web projects and resources to help evaluate web accessibility.
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