Whether you’re a business designing an e-commerce website for your customers or a public-sector organization creating online services for your citizens, it’s important that your portal is as accessible and easy to use as is achievable for the widest possible audience.
At the same time, there are important design considerations — for example, making important decisions about content, images, typography, and layout. And above all, your choice of colors can make the difference between a site that pops and one that flops.
Color is a tricky subject — and it’s not just about the way the components look. In fact…
If you’re at all concerned about accessibility, you’ve probably heard of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) — U.S. federal legislation that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities by government agencies and private-sector companies.
While the ADA was drafted in the era before most companies were on the web, it’s now commonly agreed upon that the ADA applies not only to making physical premises accessible but also digital properties such as websites and mobile apps.
Although the wording of the ADA doesn’t set out any explicit criteria for web and mobile accessibility, legal precedent has established the Web Content Accessibility…
AudioEye is a SaaS company offering a solution that makes digital content accessible to individuals with disabilities.