Is your website truly accessible for all your users? What does accessibility really mean?
According to the World Wide Web Consortium, Web accessibility means that people with disabilities can use the Web. More specifically, Web accessibility means that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the Web, and that they can contribute to the Web.
Accessibility is a hot topic in the web design and development world, and a lack of consistent information or a solid legal precedent has left many organizations wondering what compliance looks like.
In this webinar, our team of user experience experts explains what you need to know about current accessibility best practices to help you create a website that’s truly user-friendly and that will hopefully save you legal headaches down the road.
Topics discussed include:
- Understanding the various rules and guidelines governing accessibility today.
- Testing your website to know how you stand today.
- Implementing user experience best practices to improve accessibility.
- What’s next for accessibility: ADA compliance and your website.
About the Presenters
Ruizhi Liu is a User Experience Expert at Adage Technologies. Ruizhi works with clients from diverse industries to understand their users and prototype websites that provide a quality user and customer experience.
Matt Zellner is a Marketing Manager at Adage Technologies. Matt is a Google Analytics certified, ecommerce-focused digital marketer.