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When websites are correctly developed and designed, all users have equal access to functionality and information.  When you remove barriers that prevent interaction or access by people with disabilities you are opening a world of interaction.

Creating an accessible website for your business is an investment, we can work with you at all stages from creation to launch, or reviewing and adjustments.  By building an inclusive website the benefits spread much wider than you might think.  Focusing on an accessible website would not only be a solution for one person, the benefits you are offering will be to a much broader group of people.

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Under the Equality Act 2010 in the UK, or Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) in Northern Ireland, it is a legal requirement that your website is fully accessible to all customers.  Having an accessible website has many beneficial effects, it can increase your reach, profitability and be totally inclusive.

Auditing

We can provide desktop, mobile and app audits, failures will be highlighted and best practice advice provided.  Audits can be provided remotely or we can visit and perform an on-site review.

The audit will also show how issues can impact on users with disabilities and suggestions on how to improve accessibility.

We can provide desktop, mobile and app audits, failures will be highlighted and best practice advice provided.  Audits can be provided remotely or we can visit and perform an on-site review.

The audit will also show how issues can impact on users with disabilities and suggestions on how to improve accessibility.

Let us pose a few questions:

How can a blind person access images on your website if they are not labelled?

How does a deaf person access video/audio content on your website?

How does a person ‘click here’ if they don’t use a mouse?

How does a person change the colour contrast?

How does a person complete an application form if your ‘form fields’ are not labelled?

Does your website ‘flash’ with advertisements which could result in loss of revenue with people with epilepsy and mental health conditions?

“Build a website for the minority and it will work for the majority”

The worldwide web has come a long way, it has vastly changed the lives and independence of peoples with disabilities. Allowing them to access all sorts of services, which has given them autonomy. In an ever-changing world, web designers must make websites accessible to all, reducing barriers and allowing people with disabilities to access goods and services just the same as everyone else.

Contact Us

Please make your website more accessible for all by contacting

Info@visualisetrainingandconsultancy.co.uk

Telephone : 07472 305268