When you have our team build a website for you, you can rest assured you’re in good hands. We keep both accessibility and creative design at the forefront of everything we do. In the end, you’ll have a website that’s ADA-compliant, highly engaging, and highly accessible. Here are some of the benefits of working with our team:
You’ll be happy to show off your new website when we get done with it. Our team of designers makes sure your message resonates, drawing your target audience into your sales funnel.
Accessible Website Design
Your website will be designed for everyone, including visitors who are blind, deaf, color blind, people who are sensitive to flashing, or who are otherwise impaired. That way, you never lose visitors because they’re unable to consume the content on your site.
Best practice for accessibility = best practice for SEO
Accessibility is great for SEO and could help you rank better on some of the world’s most popular search engines. After all, search engines list the pages they believe answer the questions consumers ask. The more accessible your website is, the more consumers it can help.
The bottom line is simple. You’ve worked hard to build your business and you don’t want to exclude any potential customers. When you work with us, you don’t have to. We’ll help ensure your website is accessible, engaging, and effective.
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ADA is an acronym that stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Act provides guidance on how to better serve disabled consumers.
When it comes to website accessibility, ADA compliance means that your website is optimized for visitors with disabilities such as — but not limited to — auditory, cognitive, physical, neurological, and visual disabilities.
This optimization means your website will cater to users who are blind, deaf, color blind, have sensitivity to flashing lights and colors, or may have any other access-based disabilities. We keep ADA compliance at the forefront of every website we build.
Your website is an entryway for consumers to work their way into your business’s ecosystem. When your website is designed around accessibility, you don’t exclude any customers.
On the other hand, if your website isn’t quite as accessible as it should be, you could be losing money from consumers who may become frustrated as they try to learn about your products or services.
If your website isn’t accessible, you’re likely leaving money on the table. We’re happy to help you pick that money back up.
Just over 8% of the U.S. population is visually impaired. About 3.5% of the US. population has a hearing impairment and 1.2% of Americans have an active form of epilepsy, and that’s just three of many impairments that can limit access to online products and services. When you make sure your website is accessible, you cater to a far wider audience.
Are you ready to take advantage of some of the highest-ranked accessible website development services around today? We’d love to hear from you.