Here are three tips to follow when creating accessible website content:
– Keep it simple.
– Keep it short.
– Keep it clear.
To accommodate users with learning disabilities, reading disorders, or who speak English as a second language, it is suggested that you write content at an 8th grade reading level.
How can you test the readability of your content?
Use Readability Analyzer, a free online tool that can help you estimate the readability of a passage of text using the Flesch Reading Ease, Fog Scale Level, Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level, and other metrics.
WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY TESTING & REMEDIATION SERVICES: Mary Gillen is an experienced Website Accessibility Compliance Auditor and Remediator. She can test your website to determine if it meets accessibility standards:
WCAG 2.1: 312 checkpoints covering A, AA and AAA W3 accessibility guidelines
Section 508: 15 US federal guidelines covered by 59 accessibility checkpoints