Hello, are you interested in joining the Make WordPress Accessible team? Or are you just interested in finding out what we’re up to? This page explains a bit about what the team does and how you can help by getting involved.
Who are we? Who are we?
The Make WordPress Accessible team are volunteers who vow to ensure the continued improvement of accessibility in WordPress — with both the themes that power WordPress websites and the admin screens for site management.
Our team becomes stronger with every new person who gets involved — so won’t you join us?
Contrary to what some people think, we’re not all techies; and we feel everyone connected with accessibility has something useful to contribute. We especially want to hear from regular users of assistive technology (AT). Your perspectives are invaluable when we test accessibility fixes.
Each new version of WordPress brings accessibility improvements. The more debate and testing we can do, the faster changes can be made.
How do I get in touch? How do I get in touch?
We have a number of communication channels where you can contact us and share your ideas.
- The Make WordPress Accessible blog contains posts and comments from our members on accessibility issues. Developers post points and questions here too. If you’re logged in, you can reply to posts. You’ll need a WordPress.org account: Register on the WordPress Support page.
- The weekly Slack session at 18:00 UTC (time zone converter) every Monday is where we share news and ideas in real-time. We chat on the #accessibility channel.
- On Twitter contact us at @WPAccessibility. We also have the #WPa11y hashtag to report on WordPress accessibility developments.
Join our team, share your ideas and help make WordPress more accessible for everyone. We’d love to hear from you.