Information and communications technology (ICT) refers to the practice of creating and sharing information in a manner that is accessible for everyone. This includes print materials, websites, emails, and all aspects of hosting events or trainings. Individuals with disabilities and users of assistive technology should have the ability to access information and resources without barriers.
WisTech, Wisconsin's Assistive Technology Act Program, is available to provide information, training, and technical assistance on creating and distributing accessible information for organizations, content developers, event planners, procurement staff, or anyone interested in creating more accessibility in the work they do.
For more information about creating accessible content, contact DHSWistech@dhs.wisconsin.gov.
WisTech ICT resources
- Accessibility Quick Cards on making your content accessible for everyone
- Creating Accessible Content (PDF)
- Accessible Event Planning WisTech Webinar (video archive)
- Creating Accessible Content for Individuals with Cognitive and Learning Differences WisTech Webinar (video archive)
Use the following information and resources to help you create accessible documents:
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
- WebAIM Wave Testing Tool
- WCAG color contrast checker
- National Assistive Technology Act Technical Assistance and Training (AT3) Center
- Minnesota IT Services Accessibility Quick Cards
- How to Design for Color Blindness
- How to select a font by WebAIM
- Creating Accessible Documents by WebAIM
WisTech is funded by the 21st Century Assistive Technology Act, as amended in 2023, to improve awareness and access to accessible information.