Achieving full website accessibility requires a conscious effort from decision makers, designers, developers, and content creators. For schools, this includes teachers and staff who regularly update information.
A website accessibility plan is a vital part of website accessibility. Businesses, government organizations, educational institutions, medical facilities, non-profit organizations, and other public entities should have a website accessibility plan in place.
Accessibility compliance is one of the many reasons that businesses elect to use PDFs to link to a document from their website.
The best web design agencies know how to create stunning websites that engage all users with intuitive designs. This includes users with disabilities.
WCAG 3.0 will be easier to understand, cover more needs, and be more flexible. It will be similar yet very different from previous WCAG versions.
Schools must understand web accessibility requirements, remove accessibility barriers, and prevent legal action due to poor website accessibility.
Is the Online Accessibility Act the solution to clearly defined web accessibility standards and fewer web accessibility complaints?
Using accurate semantics in our lists will strengthen our accessibility foundation as well as increase the readability, understanding and retention of our audience.
The semantic structure of a web page plays an important role in making a website accessible. In fact, we consider well structured semantic HTML to be the foundation of a great website.
Recent cases show that as we continue to wait for the U.S. Department of Justice to issue strict regulations on web accessibility, courts continue to prove that web accessibility is a legal requirement.