Poorly designed websites create barriers for people with disabilities
Credit union websites have to adhere to ADA guidelines addressing accessibility. Many people with disabilities use assistive technology that enables them to use computers. Some assistive technology involves separate computer programs or devices that enable people to control the computer with their voice. Poorly designed websites can create unnecessary barriers for people with disabilities. Access problems often occur because website designers mistakenly assume that everyone sees and accesses a webpage in the same way. If you have an outdated website then there is a good possibility of noncompliance. Learn how OMNICOMMANDER builds sites for credit unions that observe the official guidance.