Real Shoppers. Real Issues.
A department store hasn’t enabled pinch-to-zoom on their mobile site and a woman with low vision is unable to see the details of a printed skirt.
A specialty baggage website doesn’t include alt text on their product images, so a shopper who is blind doesn’t know what details are shown in the images of the laptop bag he’s interested in.
These are just a few examples of accessibility issues your customers with disabilities might encounter. And just as you would remove any physical barriers blocking access to your place of business, it’s equally important to remove digital barriers that can prevent people with access needs from using your website or mobile app.
Over the last 20 years Level Access has worked with countless retail and e-commerce organizations to ensure their websites and mobile apps are accessible for their customers.