There are millions of Internet users who experience a disability that affects how they use the Web. Web accessibility is the process of designing your website so that people who experience these disabilities can visit your site and find the same information as easily assomeone who doesn't have a disability.
Accessibility is a growing requirement, and it's not going to go away, so it's critical for every organization to understand what they can do to ensure their web experiences support direct access for persons with disabilities and support assistive technology (e.g. screen readers,magnifiers, tactile keyboards).
In this paper, we provide a look at the industry standards and some of the basic accessibility standards you can follow, as well as a few advanced capabilities.