1 in 5 people in the United States have a disability. That’s a huge market! Now, if you’re a global business, think about how big that number might be on a global basis. Wouldn’t it be nice to increase your user base by 20%?
You’ve probably heard of accessibility and the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act), if nothing else, due to some recent lawsuits related to accessibility and usability. But, do you really know what being accessible means? Who should consider accessibility for their site? How do you get started? How will having an accessible website help your business (hint: accessibility even helps with SEO)?
In this informative on-demand webinar, you’ll get insights from accessibility evangelists from agency partner Americaneagle.com, who helps clients expand their audience and grow their businesses by providing extremely user-friendly, high-converting, accessible websites. Get valuable information and hear questions your peers asked these experts!
Experience Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Duration: 1 hour, 13 minutes (including Q&A)
In this session, you’ll:
- Get a better understanding of guidelines to help people with accessibility needs
- Learn about common pitfalls and how to avoid them
- Learn how to sell accessibility within your own company - why accessibility is important from business perspective
- See how accessibility applies in the WordPress space
Register now to watch this highly-rated on-demand webinar!
Our Expert Speakers:
Director of Front End Development
Nick has been working inside the front end world of web development for over 8 years. During his time at Americaneagle.com, his efforts to improve code approaches and best practices paved the way to being a passionate accessibility evangelist as well.
WordPress Project Manager
Chris has been building WordPress sites for over 10 years. From simple info sites to complicated business automation, he has a strong understanding of the inner workings of WordPress and how it can take your business to new level. In his spare time he enjoys excessive amounts of coffee, building more websites, and learning about WordPress.