Linda Maye Adams

Accessibility for Writing Websites and Why It Helps You as a Writer

I’m doing a guest post over on Jami Gold’s blog today on making your website accessible to disabled readers.

When I was growing up, it was common for my father to ask me to check the color of the bands on a resistor.  He was colorblind and couldn’t tell what the colors were.  I always think of my father when I work on my writing site, and now I also think about a writer in my critique group who is blind.  I’m not an expert in accessibility, but I have built sites with accessibility in mind.  Frankly, my first thought was “Why not?” and my second thought was, “Why exclude potential readers?” Read the rest on Jami Gold’s blog!


  1. Thank you again for your fantastic guest post! I’m thrilled to help spread awareness of what we can do. 🙂


  2. Thanks for having me! It was a fun post to write!


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