Is your website accessible to the blind? Does it conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA standards? If you don’t know, or you’re unsure, then chances are it doesn’t. That can be BIG trouble for you and your business.
The fact of the matter is, the blind and hearing impaired have a right to fully access and use your website just like anyone else. With the use of screen readers and the keyboard, your site must be fully navigable, and structured in such a way that screen readers can properly interpret the sections of your website as well as the content for both desktop and mobile devices.
We all know that lawyers are trigger happy when it comes to suing businesses because they know there is a higher chance of a settlement through insurance. Already, we’ve seen a deluge of lawsuits in the court systems that lawyers have brought against website owners for the sole purpose of a quick payday.
If you’re not being proactive with adhering to the website accessibility guidelines, then you’re putting your business and livelihood at risk!
Our team of experts have successfully tweaked numerous websites to be compliant with these guidelines. Put our team to work for you so that your website accessibility is up to the modern standards.
Be proactive – not reactive!