Perform an accessibility review on your website


This information is intended for web developers, providing a holistic process for performing an initial pass of evaluating your website for accessibility. This is not a substitute for performing a complete Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA site evaluation, but following this full process will capture most of the WCAG 2.0 AA Guidelines more efficiently.

It is impossible to meet the website accessibility standards in IU's Americans with Disabilities Act Policy (UA-02) using only automated tools.

This review process consists of seven stages, which should be followed in order:

  1. Visual inspection
  2. Keyboard and visual focus
  3. Automated tools
  4. Use a screen reader to evaluate a website
  5. Color contrast
  6. Zoom and magnification
  7. Code inspection

For questions or consultations, email the User Experience Office's accessibility team.

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Last modified on 2021-06-22 16:16:38.