An accessible website broadens your audience and shields you from legal action. More importantly, it’s the right thing to do.
In 2018, the Department of Justice stated that websites are considered public accommodations and that the ‘goods, services, privileges, or activities’ they offer must be accessible to people with disabilities. And, as web accessibility lawsuits rise exponentially, it’s becoming increasingly important for companies – both large and small – to ensure that their sites are accessible to users of all ability levels. But, with the need to adjust alt text, contrast levels, font sizes, and more in real time, it pays to enlist the help of a proven professional.