Accessibility technology can be found on traffic lights to door steps with side railings. The internet is no different.
Users can engage with your content through a number of ways, from experimental dynamic brail technologies to commonly found text to speech readers. It is our aim to make sure all projects have some form of basic accessibility.
Not building accessible web sites is a missed opportunity, a potential legal case against you for discrimination and generally rude.
To learn more about Accessibility as a general subject, you can take a look at what Neatebox has done to improve the experience between physical and digital accessibility. You can also read about Accessibility in WordPress plugins by reading one or two of A Bright Clear Web articles such as Spotlight on Elementor and How to Add Closed Captioning to a video.
Accessible web sites should include support for any number of user interactions including all physical ability.
People are people, right? So it's important that every person has access to your project on the internet.
A Better Web
An all encompassing experience makes for a better web, it means your content can be found and engaged with.
It's a legal requirement to build accessible web sites, you don't wish to end up with a discrimination law suit.