Is Website Accessibility a Social Responsibility?

Submitted by Brett on Fri, 04/13/2012 - 1:48pm

Cindy Leonard, our presenter at "Access for All: Basics of Website Accessibility", believes we as nonprofits have a social responsibility to make our websites more accessible:

By their very nature, nonprofits exist to make the world a better place and to create positive social change. They should, therefore, be concerned with creating equal access to their programs, opportunities, and services.

Fortunately, there are things you can do right away to help improve your site – and she'll run through them with you next week.

> Learn more and register today!

Beyond being the right thing to do, implementing web accessibility can improve your SEO, cross-browser compatibility, mobile device usability, and more.

At this webinar, you will:

  • Learn about the universal benefits of having an accessible website.
  • Receive a list of questions to be asking your web developer(s) regarding accessibility compliance and your organization's website.
  • Learn about things you can check for and/or do immediately to improve your organization's website and receive resources to get additional information.

Whoever addresses the lack of scent associated with web browsing will either become very rich or the most hated person on the Internet. Food blogs would be greatly enhanced, but...