Updated: Nov 7
There are many questions swirling around web accessibility. Web accessibility is a fairly new concept and there is some misinformation out there regarding this topic. Here are some of the top accessibility myths and why they are incorrect.
Accessibility only affects a small group of people:
Around 15% of the world's population, or estimated 1 billion people, live with disabilities. People with disabilities are the world's largest minority.
Web accessibility is only about adding alt text to images:
There are many things to be considered while making an accessible website - headline structure, functional controls, color contrast and much more.
Accessibility only helps people with disabilities:
Applying accessibility principles improves overall user experience and makes a website more convenient to use for everyone.
Accessibility is only about preventing lawsuits:
Accessibility is about your users. Preventing lawsuits is important, but user satisfaction and company reputation bring a lot of value as well.
Web accessibility has many components, and one major component is ensuring the content uploaded to your website is compliant. We can help you get compliant by remediating any documents that you need added to your website. Email us at email@example.com to have your website reviewed for accessibility and compliance!