Speaking of Website Accessibility

By: Karen Elliott. This was posted Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

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We’d like to thank the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce – and in particular Mary Garber – for asking Annemarie Cleary and myself from Sands Anderson and Christian Munson and Dave Hess from CRT-tanaka to address the Chamber members on the importance of having a business’ webpage accessible to customers of varying abilities and needs. Many business executives and internal web developers attended and the discussion was lively. It’s clear that the issue is of high interest and importance to a number of our clients and business partners.

Dave, who heads CRT-tanaka ‘s interactive division, had some really good comments and examples of best practices of providing information on a website. Many of his ideas are not difficult to implement.

If you have questions about website accessibility from the legal perspective, please contact a Virginia employment lawyer. If you are redesigning your site and want to be sure that people with disabilities have the chance to receive all the information you offer, call Christian or Dave at CRT.

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Comments:

  • It’s the second time when i’ve seen your site. I can understand a lot of hard work has gone in to it. It’s really good.

    Posted by: Alycia Arb | August 2nd, 2012 at 1:01 pm
     
  • Hi Thanks a lot for your article,it was most informative.All the best.

    Posted by: businesses for sale | August 1st, 2012 at 9:14 pm
     

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