The Manufacturer Website Accessibility Checklist
Learn how to make your website more accessible to those with disabilities.
You wouldn’t create a building without making it accessible to those with disabilities—and your website should be no different. In the US, nearly 13% of the population has a disability of some kind, so it is critical to accommodate these users when developing and maintaining your website. Creating an accessible website will also help you avoid costly accessibility lawsuits which have become increasingly common.
This checklist will help you to gauge your site’s level of accessibility and show you how to fix the most common issues facing manufacturers. When you download the Manufacturer Website Accessibility Checklist, you’ll learn more about:
- Keyboard Navigation - Can someone with a disability navigate your website using just a keyboard?
- Alt Tags - Are the images on your site able to be analyzed by screen reader tools for those with visual impairments?
- Transcripts - Can those with auditory impairments access the content from audio and video files via written transcripts?
- Contrast Ratios - Is the contrast between the text and the background easily readable?
To learn more about common accessibility issues and how to fix them, fill out the form to download the Manufacturer Website Accessibility Checklist now.