You’ve probably observed ‘web accessibility’ becoming a greater concern for governments and institutions in recent times, regardless of where you live in Canada—from British Columbia to Newfoundland and Labrador.
Purchasing groceries, booking a flight, arranging medical appointments, performing banking, making reservations, and obtaining data are all becoming more common online. Notwithstanding the increased popularity of online tools, many websites have failed to consider the needs of disabled users, resulting in lost revenue and dissatisfied customers.
Despite the increased popularity of online tools, many webpages have failed to consider the requirements of disabled users, culminating in lost revenue and dissatisfied customers. Rather than dismissing consumers’ various needs, we must enlighten ourselves on digital connectivity.
We still have a long path to go in Canada, but we have the chance to be pioneers in equitable technical advancement.