What is the risk of an inaccessible website?
Online accessibility is as much about building a compliant website as it is providing a friction-free user experience.
How your website is built against accepted industry standards (WCAG) has a real-world impact, such as...
Falling foul of local and internaitional laws (ADA, UK Equality Act, European Public Bodies)
Providing poor user experiences, creating barriers within valuable online journeys
Risk of negative brand sentiment and possible reputational damage
A downturn in website performance and SEO impact
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Online accessibility is a journey, not a destination. Recite Me is here to help you every step of the way to provide an inclusive and compliant website.
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Understanding the importance of creating a WCAG compliant website
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, (WCAG), define how to make your website build more accessible against certain criteria.
The 13 guidelines provide the basic criteria that designers and content creators should work toward to make content more accessible to all website users.
It has been reported that 97.8% of websites have Level AA failures meaning that many organizations are at risk of not complying with many accessibility legislations.
Remove the fear and complexity from accessibility laws
Web accessibility laws don't have to be scary and complicated. Recite Me is here to educate and support you through this journey to make sure you provide a well-built complaint website and an inclusive experience for all your website visitors.
United States & Canada
Organisations in the United States & Canada need to follow strict guidelines to support people online
The UK is covered by three main laws to support people online with an accessible experience.
Website visitors across Europe are protected by two main accessibility laws.