Use Page Titles to Improve Navigability
The first thing screen reader users hear when they open a web page is the page title. As simple as it may sound, adding a good page title to a web page helps people know where they are and makes navigation between browser tabs a bit easier.
A quality page title should:
- Accurately describe the purpose of the web page.
- Be short and concise.
- Be unique from other pages on the website.
This tip was adapted from Deque University's course on Web Accessibility Testing Techniques. If you would like to learn more, visit Deque University's Web Accessibility Classes and Workshops web page for enrollment options.