Accessibility

Why Website Accessibility Should Be Top of Mind for All Digital Marketers

Why Website Accessibility Should Be Top of Mind for All Digital Marketers

Why Website Accessibility Should Be Top of Mind for All Digital Marketers Given the growing ubiquity of the internet, web accessibility is no longer a trend but rather a requirement.  Fortunately, organizations like the Bureau of Internet Accessibility are working towards making the digital domain an all-inclusive environment. Since 2001, the BoIA has been “helping …

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SEO best practices support ADA compliance for digital accessibility

SEO best practices support ADA compliance for digital accessibility

In September 2010, the Department of Justice released the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design. This became the standard for accessibility of goods and services offered on the web by entities. Website owners who did not comply positioned themselves to not have great user experience for people with disabilities. Some have even faced …

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Scope’s digital team on how brands can improve their online accessibility – Econsultancy

A staggering 98% of homepages from one million popular websites failed to meet legal accessibility standards, research by WebAIM concluded in February this year. With around 14 million or 20% of people in the UK living with some form of disability, this leaves a huge number of users unable to fully utilise digital platforms and …

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Website and mobile app accessibility is a priority after Supreme Court ruling – Econsultancy

The virtues of accessibility are well-established but many companies still fail to make accessibility a priority when developing websites and mobile apps. In the US, however, companies are being forced to view accessibility in a new light in the wake of a US Supreme Court decision that will force a major pizza chain to defend …

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Accessibility finally matters to the game industry — but it needs to do better

Globally, 2.6 billion people spanning across geographical regions, generations, and socioeconomic backgrounds take part in digital gaming. This is a big portion of our world’s population, so unsurprisingly, it doesn’t — and shouldn’t — stop at players with disabilities. In fact, approximately 92% of people with impairments play video games, and there are more than …

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Website Accessibility is Not Just the Law – It’s Also Good for Business | Custom Content

For brick and mortar businesses, ensuring that customers with disabilities and mobility issues can fully and safely access their facilities has been standard practice for some time, thanks to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). But as with other aspects of the law, the digital space has had to play catch up in the last …

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How Improving Website Accessibility Can Become Your Competitive Advantage

Whether you offer eCommerce services, run a SaaS business or blog for a living, website accessibility can bring a plethora of benefits to your brand and market penetration. According to Interactive Accessibility, 57 million US citizens have some form of disability which prevents them from actively participating in online content, including cognitive impairment, hearing and …

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Colleges Face Investigations Over Whether Their Use of Social Media Follows Accessibility Regulations

Nearly 200 colleges face federal civil rights investigations opened in 2019 about whether they are accessible and communicate effectively to people with disabilities. Among the newer aspects of these kinds of complaints is whether college social media communication meets accessibility standards. While some institutions have tried to punt responsibility for the accessibility of digital tools …

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Syntax-highlighting Code Block, theme accessibility news and Gutenberg 6.2 • Yoast

Remkus de Vries Remkus is Manager of Partnerships at Yoast and also focusses on our Translate Yoast site. Additionally, he works on the WordPress Project organizing and mentoring WordCamps. After a short break, we’ve returned with a new WordPress Watch. In today’s edition, let’s check out a cool new way to share your code in …

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