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If your company believes it’s too busy to make its website accessible…
…and if the moral and legal arguments aren’t enough…
…then you might want to bring up the financial argument: Accessibility increases sales—more than you might expect.
All websites should be accessible to users with disabilities and special needs—for ethical and legal reasons.
But what does that mean? Buildings must, by law, have ramps to make them accessible. What are the web equivalents of ramps?
The infographics above answer the question brilliantly. They were created by the UK Government’s Home Office Digital, Data and Technology Directorate, part of one of the world’s best enterprise-scale web development teams. The infographics give useful, clear guidelines for making websites accessible.
Companies are usually quicker to take action if there’s a strong financial benefit. Fortunately, the financial argument for accessibility is strong—stronger than you might expect. Here’s why:
In fact, the recommendations in the infographics overlap greatly with the practices that we have found to increase a company’s sales. Accessibility leads to usability and usability leads to higher profits and happier customers.
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