Laura Kalbag’s ‘Accessibility for Everyone’ Now Available as an Audiobook

A year ago almost to the day, the folks at A Book Apart published Accessibility for Everyone by Laura Kalbag. It’s all about designing the web to be more inclusive for everyone:

Understand disability and impairment challenges; get a handle on important laws and guidelines; and learn how to plan for, evaluate, and test accessible design. Leverage tools and techniques like clear copywriting, well-structured IA, meaningful HTML, and thoughtful design, to create a solid set of best practices.

In the book, Kalbag advocates for offering web content in various formats to make it even more inclusive. It only made sense, then, to make it available as an audiobook.

This new audio version clocks in at 3 hours 45 minutes, so it won’t take too terribly long to get through at all. It’s essentially a word-for-word reading of the printed book, and while the book does delve into the subject of accessible coding, there isn’t much actual code that you’ll have to listen to.

Grab the new audio version for $14 at Amazon/Audible, or if you haven’t read the print version yet and want to do that, A Book Apart offers it in their usual formats:

  • Paperback ($21 + shipping)
  • Ebook ($11)
  • Paperback + ebook ($29 + shipping)