Accessibility concerns pose several challenges on the web. For users with visual impairments, color combination or even font size can make it aggravating for them and may even cause impossibility to view your site’s content.
Being accessible does not mean compromising your branding and website design. By utilizing AccessibilitySpark in your website, you’d instantly see the new accessibility interface. This is a session-based tool which will permit your site visitors to make modifications while they are on the website.
These adjustments include color, shapes, icon, size adjustments, content adjustments and orientation modification. Moreover, this tool would offer people with visual impairments the ability to create their profile that best suits their needs.
Can a visually impaired user make modifications while they are on the website?
Would utilizing AccessibilitySpark affect website design?