This blog, published in What users do and why they do it by Christopher Radcliff, is intended to walk you through the various ways you can ensure your website is as accessible as possible for people with visual impairments.
It’s an investigative piece, drawing information from numerous sources and opinions, that won’t necessarily get overly technical – but points to resources where you can find out more. It will also tackle various levels of vision ability, including colour blindness.
As of 2014, there are around 360,000 people registered as blind or partially sighted in the UK. But these are just the people who are registered.