Accessibility 101 for Dummies: ADA Compliance Training

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For visually impaired users that don’t have the benefit of visual cues, navigating a site and finding the information they want takes longer. An average user of your website might click a link and go to a new webpage. They scan that page and find it isn’t what they were looking for and so they go back to the previous webpage – all in a matter of seconds. For screen reader users, this hiccup takes minutes.

Thinking about accessibility realizes benefits for all users. When the process to order food delivery or book an appointment, is intuitive, more people will use and return to your site to give you their business. This means more conversions.

Be Accessible provides webinars, half-day and full-day sessions for accessibility training for audiences, technical and non-technical. The following video is a brief example of what we may cover:

Accessibility is dynamic, not brittle. It’s about expecting user behavior and providing clear, intuitive navigation on your website.

We know code. We know design. Our developers find the most meaningful issues on your site and prioritize them in terms of cost to fix and impact to the general user base.

Now, you can make your website accessible or be sued first, and forced to do it on a shorter, more expensive timeline. Be Accessible believes that integrating accessibility must be a manageable, sustainable process.

Be Accessible provides you with a regular testing policy, a workflow for resolving issues, a point of contact for users to raise accessibility issues, and an accessibility statement, to be publicly posted. Altogether, your business develops an accessibility program that satisfies courts and makes your company part of an Internet that serves everyone.

We’re based in Los Angeles. We love what we do.

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By David Gevorkian

David started Be Accessible because of his passion for website development and creating accessible products for businesses. He earned his Master’s in Business Administration from Salve Regina University in Rhode Island. David is a strong advocate for creating web interfaces and digital products usable by all people across the world.

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