Website and Digital
We strive to provide an inclusive online environment developed and designed to be used by anyone regardless of ability or disability by ensuring Illinois State University websites, applications, and digital documents support a functional, accessible, and interactive experience.
Applications and text editors have features available to design and create accessible documents, web pages, and media. Learn how to use common campus resources to create more inclusive digital materials.
Find Accessibility Help Articles and Tutorials
Microsoft products have built in functions to help create accessible digital materials.
Omni Campus CMS
Use Omni Campus CMS to create accessible webpages.
Adobe Acrobat Pro can help fix inaccessible PDFs.
Social media platforms have ways to provide inclusively designed messages.
Help make your online meeting accessible.
InDesign has features that allow you to export accessible PDFs.
Create accessible documents in GoogleDocs
Create accessible websites with CampusPress.
Create Accessible ContentAnyone who creates content for online use is responsible for making sure that content is accessible. For a quick printable reference, see our Accessibility Checklist.
Overview of Accessibility Best Practices
Learn common practices to provide accessible page structure with headings, lists, and more.
Learn how to improve your page's styling and content.
Learn how to make your multi-media accessible.
Learn how to create accessible and interactive web and document forms.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Illinois State follows the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, also known as WCAG 2.0. These guidelines provide standard practices for designers, developers, and content authors to create content for a diverse range of abilities. Though website accessibility is necessary for some people to access and use digital content - it benefits all users.