A great website only matters if it works for everyone — but what does that really mean?
For many of us, it’s as simple as reading and clicking, a user experience we presume to be universal.
In reality, there are myriad ways a website can be inaccessible to people.
Whether it’s visual impairment, hearing impairments, neurodivergence, or countless other things — the notion of a universal user experience can be a harmful myth, that prevents everyone from enjoying and using your website.
To have a fully accessible website there are numerous factors that need to be considered. This post will take a look at some of the examples of how accessibility works in practice, and what can be done to make websites more accessible.