If you aren't sure of the answer to this question, don't fret. We can help.
Making your site accessible will help you to reach your full market potential while also helping to avoid accessibility-related legal entanglements. According to the Department of Justice, more than 50 million Americans have disabilities - a huge audience that potentially may be deterred from or unable to use your site.
Accessibility has fast become a foundational necessity and is likely to attract and retain loyal customers who have difficulty using sites that are not optimized for accessibility. Accessible considerations are larger than just desktop users - making your site accessible will help you reach your maximum customer base on mobile devices as well.
Here at Americaneagle.com, we have Web Accessibility experts on staff to help you determine whether or not your site is compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. And 2.1. We'll perform a thorough audit to help you identify potential issues, and work toward a roadmap to remedy them so you don't lose out on potential customers.
The Accessibility Assessment includes these items and more:
- Images Lacking Alt-text
- Heading Issues
- Visibility and Contract issues
- Keyboard usability
- Visible keyboard focus
- Missing labels for input controls