Web accessibility related lawsuits are on the rise and most corporate websites are not compliant. This guide outlines what web accessibility is and how to address it.
Anyone that has ever experiened not being picked at school for a basketball team or been told that they could not sit at a specific lunch table knows the pain of being left out. Not only can it be humuliating, but it eats at the human need to feel accepted and seen.
Whether in school or on a website , no one likes to feel excluded. But that is what happens everyday on millions of sites across the world.
Even the best, most well-run websites have accessibility barriers that make it difficult or impossible for people with disabilities or who are using assistive technologies to use. With more than 61M adults in the US living with a disability, this is a huge problem.
This resource is designed to help you understand:
Whether you work for a large multi-national with many digital platforms or a small startup with just one, having an ADA and accessibility compliance process can minimize your legal risk and ensure that every user — regardless of disability or use of assistive technologies — has a fair and equal experience.