Want to make sure everyone can use your website? Check out our tips on accessibility here, or contact us if we can help you individually.
Are you legally required to make your website accessible to people with disabilities?
A blind man has filed a lawsuit against Domino’s Pizza because he couldn’t place an order online. The case highlights the need for an accessible website.
The future of accessibility in WordPress
In October 2018, the WordPress accessibility team lead resigned, highlighting issues she’s faced with Gutenberg. What does her decision mean for the future of accessibility in WordPress?
Accessible content: Can everyone use your website?
Can everyone consume your site’s content? In this article, we’ll discuss accessibility considerations for visual proximity issues and hearing impairments.
Visually accessible content: Can colorblind users see your site?
Colorblindness may affect many visitors to your site, as studies show it affects 8% of men and 0.5% of women worldwide. With this in mind, three considerations should be made to ensure your site is accessible to colorblind visitors and doesn’t prevent them from seeing your content.
Visually accessible content: Can everyone read your site?
Some visually impaired visitors to your website use screen readers to read your content. Is your website accessible to those visitors? These tips will help you find out.