Cognitive accessibility refers to a set of best practices that improve experiences for people with attention disorders, autism, and other cognitive conditions. Here’s how to improve your website’s cognitive accessibility.
Sarah Kinneer, a Solutions Engineer at AudioEye, believes that accessibility is the right thing to do. Striving for accessibility takes on significance for her. She has faced these barriers herself as someone who is neurodiverse.
The world of the web evolves at a frenetic pace, and it’s often possible—or even advisable—for web teams to play a little fast and loose if it means getting to market ahead of the competition. When it comes to accessibility, you really do need to get it right, or risk facing lawsuits under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and a host of new state laws. But whose job is it to ensure ADA compliance?
While you might think that opting for a ready-made e-commerce platform like Shopify immediately liberates you from worrying about the accessibility of your website, that may not be the case. In fact, in speaking with Shopify users, we’ve identified five common misconceptions about digital accessibility requirements and how far you’re covered when you choose to work with an e-commerce provider.