Is visiting your blog an enjoyable experience for blind visitors?

I share my own experiences and a list of tips that bloggers can follow to make sure that they create an accessible experience for blind visitors to their blogs.

Are you doing any of these things that might be making it harder for blind visitors to enjoy your blog?

Find out in this guest post that I wrote for the Blog Herald website.

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Author: englishwithkirsty

I provide customised, one-to-one English lessons for adults online. I am based in London and I work primarily with German speakers as I also speak German Fluently.

2 thoughts on “Is visiting your blog an enjoyable experience for blind visitors?”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this post, I never knew any of this! I am guilty of not labeling my images, so that is something that I will adopt and change straight away. I hate the thought that I am making things difficult for you, and other blind readers. I appreciate you teaching me xx

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    1. Thanks for taking the time to read this. To be honest, the lack of picture labelling doesn’t really make it harder, unless it’s something like “I love the slogan on this t-shirt” and I have no idea what it says. Still, it’s a nice touch when people do remember to do it, and it’s good for your SEO too, because Google approves of labelled images!

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