'Accessibility' is all about making it possible for everyone, including blind and otherwise disabled users to readily access information on a website. It's about clear navigation and layout.
The Disability Discrimination Act makes it unlawful for a service provider to discriminate against a disabled person by refusing to provide any service which it provides to members of the public. This includes its website.
Did you know that a business can be sued for having an inaccessible
Read about website 'accessibility' and the Disability Discrimination Act
The rules on web accessibility are laid down by the internet governing body - The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C for short). You can read about the requirements at http://www.w3.org/TR/WAI-WEBCONTENT/full-checklist.html
What Page Perfection does to meet the W3C standards
There are 3 levels of priority set out by W3C and all sites designed by Page Perfection meet priority one as a bare minimum but most of our sites meet priority two. They also include many of the requirements of the top level.
We achieve this by basing our designs on to up-to-date, professional methods and producing valid code, wherever possible. There are occasional instances where this is not feasible. In this case, we ensure that disabled users can still navigate the site and that they don't miss out on important information.