Digital Agencies

Do Your Forms Hate Money? (Accessibility Version)

We assume that if [insert big company here] is doing it, it must reflect best practices. This isn't always true and reveals a lot of low hanging ROI for accessibility if you're willing to grab for it.

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What Happens When Developers Are Liable for Accessibility?

California's new accessibility bill AB1757 may shift liability for inaccessible sites to developers, agencies and other providers. Is this cause for fear? Or a great opportunity for agencies that can do the work?

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Help! How Do I Get Started on Accessibility?

So you’ve just learned about accessibility. Now what? The good news is that it’s never too late and there are steps you can take to make an immediate impact. But what should you do first?

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Accessibility for Agencies: What are Your Responsibilities?

How are agencies doing on accessibility? The short answer is not great. For digital agency owners, executives, and practitioners, there has been increased attention on digital accessibility (sometimes shortened to a11y) over the past few years. But out in the wild, it’s hard to see the impact.

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The Business Case for Web Accessibility

Websites that are inaccessible make it harder for customers with disabilities to use their sites. At any given moment, roughly 20% of the US population has a disability. It follows that improving web accessibility results in higher engagement and conversion rates. Which ultimately means more revenue for your business.

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