To give people the opportunity to read content on your website and donate with ease, your website must be accessible. People who may be disabled, visually impaired and speak English as a second language need assistive technology to use your website, in the way that it was intended.
All stages of education including E-learning and universities need to be inclusive. Students with disabilities, visual impairments or who speak English as a second language need to be able to access information online easily. Open up your organisation to everyone by providing assistive technology on your website.
Emergency services including ambulance, fire, and police need to be totally inclusive to support everyone. People with disabilities or people who speak English as a second language need support online to access important information. Recite Me assistive technology will enable people to customise your website in a way that allows them to access this information easily.
The leisure industry is worth billions of dollars covering everything from food and drink to museums and retail. To be totally inclusive B2C organisations need to be accessible online. Open up your business to a new market by providing assistive technology to support all users to view your products and services in a way that works for them.
A wide range of professional services from legal organisations to advisory consultancy and estate agents, need to be accessible online to support customers. Customers who may be disabled, visually impaired or who speak English as a second language need assistive technology to read and understand your content.
All Public Sector websites including, central government, local authority, NHS, education and housing associations need to be accessible to support people with disabilities. The Public Sector Bodies Accessibility Regulations 2018 are in place to make sure that everyone can access the content they need easily.
Everyone should have the opportunity to find their dream job. Discover hidden talent and recruit from a larger talent pool by providing assistive technology. Support your potential candidates who may be disabled, visually impaired or who speak English as a second language, with tools to use your website effectively.
Technology organisations and digital agencies should go beyond compliance and offer their clients assistive technology. Providing tools to support people with disabilities is not only the right thing to do but it is the smart thing to do. Open up a business to a larger audience.
Holidays organisations, cruise companies, travel agents and hotels can reach a wider audience by making their websites accessible. Provide people who may be disabled or speak English as a second language with assistive technology to access your website content in a way that works best for them.
All gas, electric, water, and telecom companies need to support customers in vulnerable circumstances online. By providing assistive technology visitors who are disabled, visually impaired or who speak English as a second language are able to customise the style of your website or use reading support to access the information they need easily.