Do you know if your website is accessible? Do you know if it needs to be? We offer this overview on accessibility, and offer some suggestions as to how, and why, your website can meet current regulations and give visitors a better user experience.
As the creator of a website, social media profile, online store, or anything online, you will want to reach and impress the most comprehensive number […]
If you have more than 20 employees in your organization, the Province of Ontario requires that you file an accessibility compliance report by June 30, 2021. The compliance report confirms that you have met your current accessibility requirements under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
Make your website content more accessible and user-friendly by using descriptive text in your links.
Banners are a common part of websites. They come in many shapes and sizes and perform many functions but they should always be accessible and easy to read.
We’re experiencing a backlash to the ‘wall of information’ that most websites have presented us for the last few years. It’s like we’ve all got headaches from the ‘visual noise’ and are now looking for space, clarity, and room to think. The main challenge in web design today is to make it easy for all visitors to easily get the information they need, without a lot of distracting stuff. Let’s call it Accessibility 3.0.