Imagine having a disability that limits your sight, hearing, or mobility. The Internet and computers have opened up a whole new world to the millions of people in this situation. Computers can read aloud text that appears on a screen. They provide a way for people with hearing and speech impairments to communicate easily. And computers understand and implement voice commands for individuals with limited mobility.
Accessible web pages have been constructed to be useable by anyone, even if they are using assistive technology to access the web page. Examples of assistive technology are screen readers, screen magnifiers, voice recognition software, alternative keyboards, and braille displays.
If web accessibility problems are encountered on a UA website, notify the Disability Resource Center:
phone: 626-9409 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Why Accessible?
UA policies on website accessibility, federal law, and more.
- Making Your Website Accessible
Tutorials and testing tools to help make websites accessible to people with disabilities.
- Testing Your Website for Accessibility
Resources and tools to make sure your website is accessible to people with disabilities.