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UTO Access Clinic

Join the Web Accessibility team every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month for UTO’s Access Clinic. Drop by and get information about web accessibility, including help understanding automated tests, performing keyboard and screen reader tests, and resolving accessibility issues.

The walk-in clinic is held from 1-5 p.m. in the University Services Building, Room 1114. No appointment necessary. For more information, contact us.

Web accessibility and universal design benefit everyone at ASU.

Learn how you can improve your search rankings, future-proof your website, and open your online presence to more people.

ASU web accessibility basics

Accessible websites welcome people of all abilities to our university. Not sure if your website is accessible? Perform your own evaluation (no coding knowledge needed).

ASU web accessibility audit

You play a vital role in making ASU an inclusive community. Let us know how we can help you!

Accessibility Facts

57m Americans are living with a disability! 2.17m surf the web on a regular basis! 1.5m find web browsing challenging! 9 out of 10 websites are NOT accessible!
From ESPN's Web Accessibility Guide 

 

Do you caption your videos?

Closed Captions - Web Accessibility

Learn More

The Google Web Accessibility intro video

Learn more about developing accessible websites. Take the free online course from Google! This 2-week Udacity course for developers, designers, and content creators will give you an excellent foundation in web accessibility.

Screenshot of the Accessibility Developer Guide site

The Accessibility Developer Guide from the Access for All Foundation is an excellent resource for devs. Find out how to set up an accessible development environment, learn to create accessible websites, and grab accessible code patterns and pre-built code solutions.