WebAIM - The Go-To Accessibility Site

Have you ever wanted a one-stop website for web-based accessibility information? One that’s easy to read and understand? WebAIM.org (Web Accessibility In Mind) may be what you’re looking for. While the W3C website is more comprehensive, WebAIM takes some trouble to explain the context and background of the advice they offer. This makes their articles remarkably approachable and easy to understand.

In addition, WebAIM keeps a library of tools you can use to test your web-based content for accessibility. The automated WAVE accessibility checker, for example, looks for known and common issues in any webpage you give it the URL of. While such automated checkers are never foolproof, they are an excellent time-saving tool.