An excellent user experience on your website should apply to all people, including those with disabilities, which is one reason why website accessibility should be at the top of the list of priorities with your website design and functionality.
One in four Americans have a disability. To avoid discriminating against people, digital products must be designed to be accessible. Your website should be ADA Compliant.
Starting with our extensive work on financial institution websites, we’ve clocked hundreds of hours improving access through regular audits and accessibility remediation. As a people-first company, we advocate for and support equal digital access, not only on our client’s websites but also with the products we build.
When we build a new website or product, we include accessibility into our process with these services:
- Design reviews
- Testing development work
- Team training
- Accessibility audits
- ADA remediation
- Stephanie Chadwick, CEO, Edge
“This is the kind of customer experience that makes a resonating impression on a person with disabilities - that is loyalty and brand-advocacy that can’t be bought. It has to be earned.”