FREE: Accessible Websites Audit Summary

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The real benefits of accessible websites

Your website isn’t accessible until you make it accessible.

Attract More Clients

1 in 5 Americans identify as having a disability. Invite them into your business with accessible websites.

Legal Compliance

The law is changing in favor of accessible websites for all. Get ahead of the law!

Website Performance

The process of creating an accessible website will also increase your site speed Рand fast sites get more visitors.

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What is Website Accessibility?

Simply put, website accessibility is the effort to make websites usable by people with disabilities. When a website is properly built and maintained, it should be usable by everyone regardless of their vision, hearing, or motor condition. Often, this requires the user to have the aid of assistive technology such as screen readers, but it is the website itself that must be set up correctly first.

What is Section 508?

“Section 508” refers to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. It requires federal agencies to provide materials in accessible format. In 2010, it was updated to include more modern technology such as websites. Section 508 doesn’t just apply to federal government agencies – it applies to anyone who does work with the federal government. This could be private contractors, the financial industry, healthcare, and more.

What is WCAG 2.0?

WCAG refers to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. This is the set of generally accepted website design principles used to make fully accessible websites. By following these guidelines, website designers can make websites usable by people with a wide range of disabilities – blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, congnitive limitations, speech disabilities, limited movement, and any combination of these.

Do web browsers make a difference?

Yes. Each web browser “reads” a website in a little different way. By testing major web browsers, we can be sure that your website is accessible to the largest number of potential visitors.

Why is color contrast important?

Color contrast is an important part of accessible websites – specifically for people with low vision, color blindness, and other visual impairments. Some website designs don’t account for color contrast; designers often design for a specific look and don’t take the needs of users into account.

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