Now that I’ve written about all of the Level A and Level AA guidelines, it’s time for a break from this blog. I know you’re devastated by that news, but don’t worry! I’m leaving you with some options so you don’t feel alone in the world of web accessibility.

Here’s what to do until I blog again:

  1. Join my newsletter. You get two emails a month sharing the best resources about web accessibility.
  2. Take the Level A course. It’s a free 100-day course that will walk you through developing a Level A website.
  3. Comment on articles. I’ll still be working (just not blogging), so I’ll still reply to every comment on my older posts.
  4. Start your Christmas shopping. There’s less than two months left, here’s my reading list if you’re stuck for ideas for your family.

Throughout November I’m taking part in NaNoWriMo, attempting to write a novel of 50,000 words in a month. If you’re interested, you can read the whole thing for free on WattPad.

I hope all is well with you, if you want to get in touch please leave a comment for me.

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I'm Luke, I started Wuhcag in 2012 to help people like you get to grips with web accessibility. Check out my book, 'How to Meet the WCAG 2.0'.

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