Event Marketers often go a bit wobbly when they hear the word accessibility. They envision monochrome designs, super-sized letters and boring text-only event websites. Don't worry, the reality is that accessibility is simply a key part of a great user experience.
If you have (or might have) attendees who have special accessibility requirements and want to create a user-friendly event website, this post is for you.
You feel morally responsible to ensure your event website experience is equally great for those less able. But you don't have to go over board. You're busy, we get it!
Here are 9 useful and incredibly easy-to-implement tips for you to try straight away.