Article: A Practical Starter Guide on Developing Accessible Websites

After years of prepping and months of writing and editing, I finally published my first article!

The article is focused on accessibility and assumes that you are a web developer or can understand web development to at least an intermediate level. The idea was to fill a bit of a gap since so many accessibility guides focus on the most basic, usually content bits, and we wanted to go a step further.

Published July 18, 2017 in Issue 37 of the Code4Lib Journal, authored by myself and Michael Schofield: A Practical Starter Guide on Developing Accessible Websites.

Yay!

happy quokka

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Cynthia

A librarian learning the ways of technology, accessibility, metadata, and people

2 thoughts on “Article: A Practical Starter Guide on Developing Accessible Websites”

  1. In truth you have been “publishing” a lot of good articles on your blog for sometime, but I get the distinction. Congratulations! Good article. There are always trade-offs to think about and you have highlighted what those are and how they might affect the library community specifically.

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