Charity Websites: Why Accessibility Matters

Charity Websites: Why Accessibility Matters

Andrew Coleman from Catalyst talks about why charity websites need to be accessible, and how to deliver it. Accessibility is particularly important for those charities whose service users are likely to have a disability but this is something that all charity services should take into account whatever their user group. 

It is extremely frustrating for individuals with sight loss when there is a site they simply can’t access, especially when it holds information they need to access. For instance, if they need to book a ticket and fill out a form, and can’t, it can be extremely difficult.

In Andrew’s article he focuses in on some of the challenges individuals face when accessibility isn’t considered. You can read the full article by clicking here.

Source: Catalyst

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