Most people take it for granted that they can do tasks easily that other people have difficulty doing.
There are multiple implications of accessibility issues on people with disabilities that include but are not limited to following:
Because of these accessibility issues affecting people with disabilities, the business world is changing to consider the needs of people with disabilities. Businesses are continuously innovating their offerings around building digital accessibility solutions to foster digital inclusiveness for everyone. Some of the new-age digital accessibility solutions include closed captioning for people with hearing loss, transcripts and timecodes for people who have dyslexia and need to look at the text again to fully comprehend it, braille, magnification, or audio software that is compatible with screen readers so that visually impaired people can access online content (such as videos, emails, and other online materials), and accessibility software that allows people with disabilities to use computers (such as alternative keyboards).
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), ~15% of the global population is living with disabilities. It means roughly 1 in 7 people globally is disabled. There is an imperative need for organizations to build accessibility around their websites, mobile apps, and documents to target vast majority of global population.
PureAccessible is a global leader in providing digital accessibility solutions. It enables people with visual and cognitive disabilities to gain an unhindered access to any kind of digital information available on websites, documents, web applications, and mobile apps. PureAccessible has already remediated more than 200,000 scanned forms, 1.2 million healthcare documents, and 2.4 million PDF documents to build a digitally inclusive future for everyone.
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