5 Steps to More Inclusive Website Design

Some key strategies to help you offer a more inclusive website design experience for people with dyslexia, vision, hearing and motor impairments.

Google describes accessibility best when it says “everyone should be able to access and enjoy the web”. It also says “we’re committed to making that a reality,” which should tell you enough about the importance of accessibility from an SEO perspective. Earlier this year, we outlined accessibility as one of the most important design trends for 2020, referencing new regulations that all websites need to meet by 23 September 2020.

However, the priority with this design principle is always making the web more usable for people with a diverse range of capabilities; vision, hearing, motor, neurological and more. So, in this article, we’re looking at five key steps you can take to offer a more inclusive website design for all users.

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