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After just one week from having our site redesigned an optimised, we landed a brand new contract worth over 10,000!

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Mr Jack Swan
Gamidor TS
www.gamidor.co.uk

Website Accessibility

In 2004, a change to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) made it a legal requirement for any small business trading online to make "reasonable adjustments" to provide access for disabled visitors.

With 8.6 million registered disabled people in the UK (that's approximately 14% of the population (Source Disabled Rights Commission)) it's becoming increasingly important for businesses to make their website accessible.

What is Accessibility?

At first glance, the term website "accessibility" implies making a site accessible for "disabled users". However, the more common understanding of the term is as follow:

"To allow users to access content regardless of physical, or technological ability"

As you will see, in inclusion of the term "technological ability" opens up a whole new user base including:

What are the benefits of an accessible website?

An accessible website not only benefits your end users, but will also benefit you as a site owner.

Here are just a few examples:

Want to know more?

If you would like to know more about how we can help you get the most from your website, please feel free to contact us for a friendly, no pressure / no obligation chat.