what is website accessibility?
Making websites accessible means making them usable for people with disabilities. It's about designing and building websites in a way that makes it easy for people with disabilities to see, understand, move around, and use the website.
When a website is accessible, it means that everyone, no matter their abilities, can use it and get the same information and services as everyone else. This is especially important for people who use special tools, like screen readers, to help them use the internet.
your website will achieve compliance up to 48 hours from installation
your website will remediate to comply with legal standards every 24 hours
monthly accessibility reports sent directly to you
accessibility statement and certification of performance
a widget that customizes your website to the users individual needs without compromising website design
what is included:
the benefits of website accessibility
the ADA is the Americans with Disabilities Act, an American civil rights law passed in 1990. The law prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all public and private places open to the general public. Since 2018, the ADA also covers websites, as they’re considered public places of accommodation.
when a website is accessible, it means more people visit it, fewer people leave quickly, it shows up higher in search results, and more people become interested in what you have to offer - basically, an accessible website makes it easier for people to find you online.
widen user base
when you make your website accessible, you're allowing around 15% of the world's population who have disabilities to use it; this means more people can visit your site and have a good experience.
brand reputation and social responsibility are crucial for business, and web accessibility is an essential part of this; once you implement an accessibility solution, you will have an accessibility statement, and that says a lot about your brand.