Over the past six months, the topic of ADA compliance and website
accessibility has dominated website-related conversations we’ve had with
Banks and credit unions are under threat of potential litigation
because their websites aren’t fully accessible by the disabled. Most
logical people realize that this wasn’t intentional – banks and credit unions
obviously want everyone to be able to use their websites.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines are comprised of a myriad
of small recommendations. Each one makes your site work better for
different assistive technologies used by the disabled. But you’ll likely find
tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands, of items on your site that need
to be reviewed individually to achieve your goal of meeting WCAG level AA
accessibility. That can be a daunting task – especially since web accessibility
isn’t even close to your primary job responsibility.
And, to make matters worse, even websites that launched a year ago may
be considered a foul ball as they likely were not created to meet all of the
web accessibility guidelines.
Step up to the plate by attending our upcoming webinar.
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