Barrierefreies Webdesign


 Wie wird aus einer Webseite eine barrierefreie Webseite?


Eine barrierefreie Webseite macht es Menschen mit Behinderung leichter, eine Webseite zu bedienen und die Informationen zu erhalten, die auf der Webseite stehen.

Ein weiterer Vorteil  von einer barrierefreien Webseite ist, dass sie im Ranking von der Suchmaschine Google besser bewertet wird.
Wenn ich eine barrierefreie Webseite habe, dann erfahren mehr Menschen über mein Angebot und es kaufen mehr Menschen bei mir ein.

Eine barrierefreie Webseite umfasst verschiedene Aspekte:

1. Der Kontrast

Ein guter Kontrast verbessert die Lesbarkeit auf meiner Homepage.

Beim Kontrast vergleicht man die Hintergrundfarbe mit der  Schriftfarbe auf einer Homepage.

2. Alternativ Text bei Bildern und Grafiken

Wenn ich ein Bild oder eine Grafik auf meiner Webseite einbaue, ist es wichtig, dass ich zu jeden Bild oder Grafik eine Alternativtext erfasse. Der Alternativtext wird  blinden oder sehbehinderten Menschen durch Vorleseprogramm (Screenreader) vorgelesen. 

3. Untertitel bei Videos

Untertitel bei Videos ermöglicht es gehörlosen Menschen zu verstehen, worum es in dem Video geht. Das ist auch sehr hilfreich für Menschen, die die deutsche Sprache schlecht verstehen.

4. Tasturbedienbarkeit einer Homepage

Menschen, die eine Maus nicht befienen können, surfen mit der Tastatur durch eine Homepage.

Daher ist es wichtig, das ich alle Bereiche einer Webseite mit der Tastatur erreiche.

Dabei helfen mir auch Skiplinks.
Mittels Skiplinks kann ich bestimmte Bereiche einer Webseite (zum Beispiel die Kontaktseite)

mit einfachen Tastkombinationen (zum Beispiel Shift + F1) erreichen.

Zusätzlich zu diesen Beispielen gibt es noch unzählige Punkte, die ich bei einer Webseite beachten muss, damit sie barrierefrei wird.


Als Certified Web Accessibility Expert habe ich das notwendige Rüstzeug und Wissen, was eine Webseite zu einer barrierefreien Webseite macht.

Eine barrierefreie Webseite kann modern, ansprechend und mit den neuesten Technologien erstellt und gewartet werden.

Egal ob Möbel, Kleidung, Autos Urlaub oder Wohnungen ich prüfe jede Webseite auf Barrierefreiheit.
Im Anschluss auf die Überprüfung mache ich Ihre Webseite barrierefrei oder gebe Tipps wie die Webseite barrierefrei gemacht werden kann.

Webdesign Maislinger bietet auch Workshops zum Thema Barrierefreies Webdesign an.

In meinen Workshops lernen Sie, welche Barrieren auf einer Webseite auftreten können. Sie erfahren, wie man eine Webseite auf Barrierefreiheit überprüft. Selbstverständlich lernen Sie im Anschluss, wie Sie diese Barrieren auf Ihrer Webseite beheben können.
Weiters lernen Sie im Workshop, wer bereits jetzt eine barrierefreie Webseite haben sollte.

Abschließend erfahren Sie, welche gesetzlichen Regelungen es zur Barrierefreiheit im Web in Österreich und der EU gibt.

Falls ich jetzt Ihr Interesse zu einen Workshop “Barrierefreies Webdesign” geweckt haben sollte, freu ich mich über eine Nachricht von Ihnen


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