During your free website review, I get to know you, your business, your customers, and your accessibility requirements. Using this insight, I will create a personalized accessibility and design plan for you. Here are some of the services you may find in your design plan.
The process of making your website more accessible can be confusing and challenging at times. My approach is simple, making it easier for you to follow. Here’s what you can expect from our collaboration.
Navigating the world of accessibility on your own can be challenging. I’ve answered some of the questions clients ask me most. You can reach out with any questions not addressed here.
The goal of web accessibility is to ensure that everyone has access to your website and its contents. It’s the right thing to do, and, in many cases, it’s the law. Financially, web accessibility makes sense as well. Accessible websites will likely attract a broader audience of potential customers and demonstrate your commitment to inclusivity. The search engine rankings of accessible websites are also higher.
Websites should be accessible to everyone. If you run a business, a state, or a local government, your website must comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Businesses are considered a “public accommodation” and must provide equal access to everyone. Your website must also comply if you receive government funding, such as grants.
Absolutely! If you don’t have a website, I can give you a few tips on hosting and WordPress installation. For websites that WordPress doesn’t power, I can guide you on what needs to be corrected. My design services are ideal for those with a platform or website developer but need assistance making their design accessible