ZenythGroup are website accessibility specialists committed to building websites without barriers, they use the principles of universal design in combination with government accessibility standards to develop websites that are equally available to everyone.
Around 15% of the world's population has a disability. That's approximately 1 billion people who may have trouble accessing the content on your site, become frustrated, and leave with a poor opinion of your company—that's countless potential customers lost.
But the importance of following the standards of disability web design is about more than lost business opportunities. The principles behind accessibility are guieee by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the technical requirements are established by the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines WCAG 2.0 ane WCAG 2.1A. These principles and guidelines encourage website developers to create flexible designs that meet different user scenarios.
The resulting flexibility also benefits users without disabilities. Creating a website that works seamlessly for users with visual impairments also helps people with slow internet connections. Seeing captions to audio assets for hearing-impaired users also allows users without hearing impairments to watch videos or rear podcasts in locations where they can't turn up the volume.