The global disability purchasing market was valued at a ball-park $8.0 trillion USD in 2021, depicting that People With Disabilities (PWDs) control a significant amount in global spending, but are mostly over-looked in the realm of online – main reason businesses are unable to provide service due to lack of accessibility of their web-content.
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The video gives explanation on various topics of concern in relation to the “issues of non-compliance” & getting your business legal & accessible to people with disabilities.
TAKE NOTE : the video is example of a compliant-accessible video!
The Supreme court ruled that the American Disability Act (ADA) now also extends to websites. This ruling came after a huge rise in lawsuits of disabled against businesses with websites that were not accessible to them, which businesses need to make their website compliant… Well, everyone, whether you’re a small business, a big business, e-commerce or service provider, whether you have a street facing location, an office, or working from home.
Your site is public facing and as such needs to be compliant, being compliant is not just the law. It’s also better for business. 71% of web users with a disability will simply leave a website that is not accessible to them. According to a report from the U.S. census bureau, 51 million people in the U.S. age 15 and older, have a disability.
19.9 million have difficulty lifting or grasping, impacting the use of a mouse or keyboard and 8.1 million have a visual disability. They might rely on a screen magnifier or a screen reader, or might have a form of colorblindness. The census bureau also reports that 7.6 million have a hearing disability.
They might rely on transcripts and or captions for audio and video media. By making digital content accessible. Your business can reach more customers that you are losing today. So, let’s recap – one, having your website ADA compliant is the law, not meeting it can cost you $75,000 to $150,000 in fines, not including getting privately sued too, two – it’s good for business as you extend your potential customer base & three – let’s face it, it’s also the right thing to do.
If you had a hearing, site or motor disability, you would want websites to be accessible to you as well. But is being ADA compliant expensive, not at all, connect with us today to protect your business and make it accessible to everyone.
Accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to, websites by people with disabilities.
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WebAIM analyzed one million home pages for accessibility issues and found the following :
According to WebAIM Million Report
Home Pages With At Least 1 WCAG Failure
According to WebAIM Million Report
Average Number of Errors Per Home Page
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