Is Your Website Accessible?
Your company changed the line. This is fine, but not if segments of the population don't have access to the website. Accessibility issues are common on many sites and are presented with a variety of issues that are easy to edit. You don't need a new website at all. According to 2011 WHO report on disability, more than 1 billion people worldwide have some form of disability. This represents about 15% of the world's population. This number increases with increasing population and increasing risk/disability in the elderly. In 2018, the UK Government enacted a law for the national government, local governments, other charities, and other non-governmental organizations to recognize WCAG2.
1. Then, in 2019, the European Access Act came into force. Since 1990, the U.S. Disabilities Act has addressed issues currently discussed on the Internet. In some cases, the company can be sued and lost. For example, consider the Pino problem from Domino. People will not hesitate to make sure the site is genuine, so why is it different to create your own website? This wasn't as important as it is now, as most businesses rely primarily on networks. Access is a human right. Not only is this site easy for everyone, but it can also lead your partner to leadership. The big problem is thinking about how we become disabled and how we become disabled.
2. I'm a big fan of Adrian Rosery and I know how he handled it by adopting a selfish approach. This video is from Adrian in a recent lecture. It is advisable to look at it in terms of disabilities and the common problems people face. In short, it links the entire Internet access problem to the current situation facing everyone, not just people with disabilities. For example, the issue of difference seems to be an issue when using a laptop in the sun or in bright light. As you can see in the videos and statistics, we find it in our interest to allow others to access our site. There are more people with useful problems than you think, so we decided what to do our website is beneficial to everyone (I do) Hope! The first thing that comes to mind when people deal with it is that they need to build more features or services that are costly and relevant implementations or do to limit this. Design. Of course, it's not, and many of them can be easily solved with a little thought, planning, and use of Adrian Rosery’s self-discovery methods.
3. Nearly 8% (1 in 10) of men in the world are color blind, so choose a white color that meets these requirements. If a customer's website uses insufficient color, ask if they can miss it. 8% of their staff. Even so, I'm sure they can reconsider the color. When choosing these colors, make sure to use the contrast between them effectively. You have to block those hidden links at different levels (which can be retrieved in a day ...). This is a 5-minute project, like an online differential monitoring tool. If you want to be a specific link, use the link view tool. Text size and choice Does your website contain information that you want people to understand? I think so, so make sure one of the key elements of your site can melt in your eye before you hit the back button. 1 in 10 people use your website. There is a problem with your eye (other than color blindness). By the age of 40, by the age of 20, only half of the light will reach the eyes. For people over the age of 60, this drops to 20%.
4. The average text size in a browser is usually 16 pixels or 1 rem, which is the minimum text size, but let's say it's small. The most common argument here is, "If you want to make the text bigger, people can move in." The problem is that most people affected by this issue may not know how to zoom in, so this should not be assumed to be their choice. There is no size or optimal text, but a good size and body font size close to 18 pixels or 1.125rem is recommended. Line spacing, qualified classmates, and minimum library space. This website has a great story about the text, "Whenever you come across a new font, font, or font variant.