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website accessibility checklist

Charities must prioritise web accessibility in their online presence to ensure inclusivity and equal access for all potential supporters, including those with disabilities. By designing accessible websites, we can all reach a broader audience, fostering a more inclusive community and maximising engagement and donations.

Accessibility features, such as screen reader compatibility, keyboard navigation, and text alternatives for images, remove barriers for individuals with visual, auditory, and motor impairments.

But it can feel like a baffling land of confusion. Where to start, what to prioritise, what to focus on and when. Enter, our accessibility checklist.

You can download the checklist by simply completing the form below – we’ll email you a link to download it, so make sure to take care with the email address.

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Accessibility Checklist

Grab a copy of our accessibility checklist and improve the inclusivity and engagement of your website.

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