Celebrate #GAAD With Monsido

Thursday, May 19, 2022, is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)! Let’s shine a light on digital inclusivity and encourage equal access to websites for everyone. Join Monsido for a day of educational and inspirational webinars!
Illustration of a laptop with a purple screen saying

Join Monsido’s #GAAD2022 Webinars

Feel free to register for any and all webinars and be a part of our global Monsido community.
Can’t join live? Sign up anyway and you’ll receive the recordings afterwards.


May 17 at 2 PM (ET)

Intro To Web Accessibility For Government Communicators

In this session, Marcus Smith will take you back-to-bascis to help you understand web accessibility guidelines, and how you as a government communicator should tackle digital accessibility.


May 19 at 2 PM (CET)

European Accessibility Act (EAA): What Does It Mean For Your Organization?

In this session, we’ll hear from attorney Jessica Youngs on the impact that the European Accessibility Act will have on your organization, and get some practical tips from the Monsido Team on how to get started on the path to compliance.


May 19 at 1 PM (ET)

Disabling Ableism: The Modern Pathway to Inclusion

Join our special guest, Alycia Anderson, who’ll discuss the importance of disabling ableism in the workplace, and how to embrace diversity, equity and inclusion in all that you do.

See how we celebrated #GAAD2021



How Marketing & Digital Teams can take on Web Accessibility

This engaging session will focus on how your marketing and digital teams can get started with web accessibility.



Web Accessibility: A Foundation For Digital Innovation

Join our special guest, Stein Erik Skotkjerra from Inklusio, who’ll discuss the importance of web accessibility as part of digital innovation.



5 Tips For Better Digital Content Accessibility

In this informative session, we’ll discuss how to prioritize accessibility as part of your digital content strategy.

Learn The Basics of Web Accessibility

Get a comprehensive overview of the basics of web accessibility with our essential accessibility handbook.
Monsido Accessibility Handbook

Free Web Accessibility Resources

Enjoy these free tools and resources to help you progress on your accessibility journey.

Color Contrast Checker

Test the contrast of your site’s background and text for accessibility in compliance with the WCAG.
 Color Contrast Checker icon

Accessibility Statement Generator

Demonstrate your commitment to web accessibility with an accessibility statement.
 Accessibility Statement Generator icon

Checklist for Managers

Get the handy Web Accessibility Checklist for Managers.

Checklist for Content Creators

Get the handy Web Accessibility for Content Creators.

Blog: Accessibility Tips

Read ‘15 Ways to Improve Web Accessibility’.

Blog: Assistive Technology

Read ‘Get To Know Assistive Technology: What It Is and How It Helps’.

More About Compliance & Legislation

Learn more about global web accessibility standards and corresponding legislation.


The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) is the international accessibility standard established by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)
United States


Under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act, all areas of public accommodation, including websites, must be accessible for all users.
United States

Section 508

Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires federal agencies in the United States to ensure that their electronic and information technology is accessible.


The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is enforced in Ontario to identify, remove, and prevent barriers for people with disabilities.

EU Web Accessibility Directive

The EU published the EU Web Accessibility Directive to standardize and harmonize the framework around the web and mobile accessibility of public sector organizations.


The European Accessibility Act (EAA) is an EU directive that requires EU member states to legislate on accessibility both on and offline, providing a framework of common accessibility rules for the market.

Australian DDA

The Australian Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA) protects people with disabilities against discrimination across different areas of public life, including the provision of information and online services through the web.
Trusted by Thousands of Companies Across the Globe
  • Ron Jon Surf Shop Logo
  • University of virginia Logo
  • McLaren Health Care Logo
  • Fairtrade foundation Logo
  • Destination NSW Logo
  • Colorado State University Logo
  • HSBC Logo
  • Cornerstone University Logo

Make Your Website Accessible With Monsido

Find out how Monsido’s tools can make your website accessible and inclusive to all, and comply with WCAG 2.1.
Graphs and tables displaying analytics results inside the Monsido platform