Some of your customers will benefit from alternatives where you use live audio (for example, a live podcast recording or broadcast).
Some of your customers need help understanding video content. You can make things easier by providing as many alternatives to your video as possible.
Your customers with visual impairments (of varying degrees) can benefit from extended audio description on videos.
Your customers will benefit from sign language translations for your multimedia content. However, adding them and choosing which language to use is hard.
Now that I’ve written about all of the Level A and Level AA guidelines, it’s time for a break from this blog.
All of your customers will make mistakes when using your website – your job is to use error prevention techniques to minimise the risk.
You can show your customers suggestions and hints when they make mistakes on things like forms and checkouts.
Using consistent identification across your website helps your customers move around, interact and do whatever it is you want from them.
Web designers know that having a consistent navigation menu helps customers move around websites. Here’s what you need to keep consistent.
If your website has content in a different language to the main language, you should tell your customers about the change.