It is a little overdue but we’ve finally found time to put to our own website. Our distinctive brand is still unchanged and still makes up the core visuals, but the new look and refreshed content is clearer and more attractive. Proof positive (as if more were needed) that sites with accessibility and standards compliance at their heart need can still be easy on the eye.
I recently worked with Iver Therapy on some promotional materials and I thought they were an excellent demonstration of the importance of getting the right content and design to ensure you connect with as many potential customers as possible. The piece of work in this example is a flyer design to promote Iver Therapy’s hypnotherapy service to help people quit smoking permanently.
Accessible Web Design is about making sure that websites are readable and usable by everyone, particularly disabled users who may have a visual or other sensory disability. But accessible web design isn’t just about getting that warm and fuzzy feeling of doing some social good. Accessability is essential to ensure your website is legal, profitable, manageble and opens your content up to as many users as possible.