Accessibility is the practice of making workplaces, communication methods, and job duties suitable for use by all employees, including people with disabilities. It also involves making your office accessible to clients who have mobility issues or who need hearing or visual aids.
To ensure the highest level of Accessibility, organizations need to consider a few things. The considerations include:
Location Accessibility (To ensure that doors, hallways, and workspaces have the space needed to accommodate people who use wheelchairs and walkers, designers often collaborate with accessibility specialists and engineers)
Technological Accessibility (Technical Accessibility of websites should be designed to ensure that people with vision or hearing impairments can perceive the site’s content. Content includes icons, images, videos, and buttons. People with disabilities can utilize assistive technology such as a screen reader to navigate and have the same experience as an abled person)