Many people with disabilities use technologies that enable them to navigate the internet. But these solutions only help if the content on your site is optimized for consumption by people with disabilities. There are many elements that must be considered when making your site compliant.
A thorough evaluation of your website’s accessibility is critical to determine compliance with state and federal public accommodation guidelines. The WCAG has four principles which guide information, navigation, content, and user interface components of a website: it must be Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, and Robust.