Website accessibility can seem complex, overwhelming and scary for business owners if they don’t know where to start.
With more and more demand letters going out and lawsuits being filed against large and small businesses alike for ADA noncompliance, creating an ADA compliant website is no longer a choice.
The Raincross website accessibility tool helps to optimize your website for users who need more advanced accessibility and for ADA compliance. We continue to monitor the latest WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) and make updates an improvements. This ensures that not only will your website be accessible to users of all abilities, but prevent your business from possible legal fines or litigation.
Website Accessibility Tool
Our accessibility tool provides helpful accessibility features and site modification options for users that require accessibility enhancements to view your website. These tools include:
- Screen reader
- Keyboard navigation
- Color contrast
- Larger on-screen text
- Link highlighting
- Text spacing
Web Accessibility for the Blind & Visually Impaired
Our web accessibility tool helps visually impaired and blind users have a better browsing experience on your business website. While you’ll be more closely adhering to website accessibility standards as required by law, you may also see an increased ROI.
Web Accessibility for the Mobility Impaired
Our accessibility tool helps users who cannot use a mouse or other pointing device and rely solely on their keyboard to navigate your website. Our tool makes smart modifications to elements on your site that are identified as potentially non-compliant or that may prevent keyboard-only navigation.
Web Accessibility for the Elderly & Hearing Impaired
Our web accessibility tool helps users overcome any senses that may have softened or deteriorated over time by allowing them to adjust the text size on your site, by highlighting clickable areas so they don’t get lost among the other content, by increasing the size of the mouse pointer and by using higher contrast colors.
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