I have been writing The Wuhcag Blog since 2012 and it’s time to open the doors to the many people with something to say about web accessibility.
If there’s one thing I’ve learnt since starting Wuhcag, it’s that talking about accessibility openly is vital. Exchanging ideas and sharing tips keeps as all improving.
That’s why I’m now accepting guest posts on the blog. You don’t have to be an expert to join in, you just need something to add to the conversation.
Here are the submission guidelines:
- The post must be new to Wuhcag (not necessarily a new topic, but at least a new view on a topic)
- The topic must be of interest to web developers (though you don’t need to be a developer)
- You must be able to write over 500 words
- Back up any claims with research and sources
- If you suggest specific techniques, provide code samples
There’s not much else to it – this is an open discussion and I’d love you to join in.
Contact via email
Send an outline first and I’ll see if its something the Wuhcag audience would enjoy.
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