If anyone needs any help with accessibility whether it is to:
- Check requirements early in a project,
- Review wireframes or prototypes,
- Review media (images, video or audio),
- Content (for learning disabilities and difficulties),
- Robust code validation checks (HTML, CSS, or JS),
- Performance testing,
- Mobile friendly tests (responsive design), or
- An Accessibility Audit to see if you are legally compliant where you are (US - ADA and 508, Canada - AODA, UK - Equality Act, Australia - DDA, etc., etc.) or just with international and industry standards
Then drop me a PM, talk to a digital accessibility specialist. :)
You'll be surprised the difference something often ignored makes to your business.
A few common myths and misconceptions that might be relevant here:
- "Accessibility is about people with a disability",
- "Accessibility is expensive to do",
- "Accessibility makes the site look boring or ugly",
- "Accessibility only applies to public sector, doesn't apply to me",
- "Accessibility is the responsibility of the developer",
- "I don't have any disabled customers", or
- "People with a disability are not my key audience"
If any of the above resonate with you then we can definitely help.
Hoping to publish an informative and relevant blog post on nopCommerce soon.