Creating an accessible website shouldn't be an afterthought. Use this checklist to ensure your website is user-friendly for everyone. Slide 1: Web Accessibility Checklist Slide 2: Share this with your team now! Slide 3: 1. Alt Text for Images: Slide 4: Provide descriptive alt text for all images on your website. Slide 5: 2. Logical Hierarchy: Slide 6: Use headings to create a logical hierarchy of information, making it easier for people to navigate. Slide 7: 3. Color Contrast: Slide 8: Ensure that all text on your website has sufficient color contrast to make it easy to read. Slide 9: 4. Captions and Transcripts: Slide 10: Provide captions or transcripts for all audio and video content on your website to make it accessible. Slide 11: 5. Keyboard Accessibility: Slide 12: Ensure that all website functionality can be accessed using a keyboard. Slide 13: 6. Descriptive Link Text: Slide 14: Use descriptive link text to provide context. Slide 15: 7. Compatibility with Assistive Technology: Slide 16: Ensure that your website is compatible with assistive technologies. Slide 17: What else can we add to the list?