Why accessibility matters
Accessibility reaches wider audiences
Almost 20% of the UK population are challenged in their digital presence. That’s around 13,671,917 people. If you're not engaging effectively, you’re locking out millions of people from your website.
Accessibility equals satisfaction
Nowadays, users measure their satisfaction relative to the quality of the digital experiences your business provides. So, the better and more accessible your user experiences, the more satisfied your customers.
Accessibility increases SEO
When your content is more organised, understandable and accessible, it’s much easier for Google to assess and evaluate your website. This not only increases your website’s accessibility, but also makes it more SEO friendly.
Accessibility is the law
Complying to the latest web accessibility guidelines (WCAG 2.1) is already a legal requirement for public organisations. This covers all public mobile apps, and from June 2025, will include all private companies.
We work with many aspects of web accessibility and are familiar with all three WCAG levels. We look holistically at the web accessibility field to understand its connection with user experience, traffic and performance to optimise your investment. We offer:
- Web accessibility audits
- Guidance on WCAG compliance
- Web accessibility implementation
- Accessibility training for key staff (editors, designers etc.)
Get a free initial assessment on us
With our initial assessment, you’ll receive several suggested accessibility optimisations for your website from one of our expert web accessibility consultants.
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