There will be more content coming soon. For now, check out the resources below to see the latest trends and benefits of implementing accessibility into your organization’s website, mobile app and digital content.
Shopping online for gifts, groceries, or clothes can save time and money for the average consumer. The Pew Research Center completed a research study that showed that 8 out of 10 Americans shop online and 15% shop online weekly. For persons with disabilities, oftentimes, the online shopping experience is frustrating and cumbersome. Unlabeled buttons, missing alt-text and inaccessible account sign-up forms are a few barriers that persons with disabilities face when attempting to shop online. Your website and/or mobile app should be accessible to everyone, including persons with disabilities.
I can help test and validate the accessibility of your website and/or mobile app to determine whether a person with a disability would encounter any issues with completing their online order.
E-Commerce Accessibility Resources:
- Why and How to Improve Ecommerce Website Accessibility
- Website Accessibility: Understanding the ADA for e-commerce
- What retailers need to know about e-commerce and the ADA
Using online services such as cloud storage, social media, etc, is a huge part of our lives today. Ensuring that our content and online services are accessible is important so that persons with disabilities can interact with family and friends through social media and other online services.
Internet Services Accessibility Resources:
- Supporting Accessibility on Social Media
- 14 quotes that celebrate a more accessible world
- How we’re striving to make Buffer more accessible and why it matters