For a website to be truly accessible, it must be perceivable, understandable, and operable to all users. These users also include those with auditory, cognitive, and or motor impairments. There are international standards that your website must meet to achieve true accessibility.
It is no longer an option for companies to ensure that their website is accessible to everyone, including those with disabilities. True accessibility takes the inclusion of every individual a priority to the information stored on the site. It is also one of the marketing digital skills in which a business must make sure to invest. Here are some tips for making your website more accessible to customers;
- Publish a website accessibility statement
This statement explains the level of accessibility that the company is committed to achieving. A website accessibility statement would cover the legal ends should legal action be taken against your company for segregation or discrimination.… Read More...