Digital accessibility provides equal access to digital materials for those with disabilities no matter how they may encounter the content (e.g., using assistive devices such as a screen reader). People interact with digital content in many different ways and creating content with accessibility in mind ensures that those experiences are successful and rewarding. Accessible design also improves usability for all users by promoting effective and efficient design practices. For example, adding video captions for those with hearing impairments also helps to provide better comprehension for those learning a new language or for a person watching the video on mute in a public setting. The Guide to Creating Accessible Content takes you through many of the basic considerations for creating accessible digital content. Learning these simple guidelines will improve the accessibility of all your digital content whether it is on a website, in a Moodle course, in a Word document, or in an email. Additional information can be found on the Accessibility Help page.