With more than ten million people with disabilities in the United Kingdom, it’s essential that websites allow all users to fully interact with them. So many websites are built for users with good eyesight and hearing, using standard equipment such as mouse or mobile touchscreen. These websites often provide a difficult if not impossible experience for users that work with technology in a different way. For example, visually impaired users may use screen magnification software, or a screen reader and many users cannot use a mouse and so navigate using a keyboard, switches or an eye tracking system. This is why web accessibility is so important.
We can help by analysing your website and helping you improve it by prioritising problems and providing accessible solutions. If you are not sure if your website is accessible or not, then we’ll be happy to provide a free accessibility overview report. If you want to become compliant with accessibility guidelines, then we can run a full accessibility audit of your website. We also offer consultancy services to help you improve and maintain web accessibility over time.