Three things to include in your accessibility help page

Date of webinar: 
25 Sep 2013

AbilityNet recommends that every site should have an Accessibility help page. Whether you have a fully accessible site or not they provide a useful stepping stone on a user journey, they offer practical help to your customers and show them that you have thought about their needs. 

As a minimum we recommend that they include:

  • a statement about the accessibility of the site,
  • an explanation of any special accessibility features and links to tools such as My Computer My Way
  • contact details for feedback.

In this webinar AbilityNet's Head of Digital Inclusion Robin Christopherson explains the three key ingredients that every accessibility page needs.

Read our top tips for your accessibility help page.