Creative Agencies are always looking for new and innovative ways to reach new customers and clients. However, as the world becomes more and more digital, many communications, annual reports and marketing contents are still inaccessible to those with disabilities.
According to the World Health Organization, one billion people – or 15% of the world’s population – have some form of disability. This number is only going to grow in the years to come, so it’s important for creative agencies to start making their content and services more accessible.
Making your company’s content accessible to people with disabilities is not only the right thing to do, but it can also open up new opportunities for your business. The global market for accessible content is estimated to be worth $1 trillion, and that number is only going to grow as more and more people become aware of the benefits of accessible content.
When expanding an existing or creating a new digital product or service, there is often a need for consultation with an accessibility partner. Here are three reasons why your business should consider working with one:
- to ensure that people with disabilities can use the product or service;
- to help avoid expensive legal fees down the road; and
- to improve the user experience for all customers.
Check out this article on ‘Why Digital Agencies Need to Care About Accessibility?’
Recently, we at 247 Accessible Documents were privileged to work with a creative agency that is in the market looking for an accessibility partner. They were looking for a company who could help them make their reports and stakeholder communications more accessible to people with disabilities. In our conversation, we discussed some of the benefits as an accessibility partnership we can offer agencies and businesses alike.
247 Accessible Documents works closely with our clients to ensure that their content are fully accessible in a most cost-effective manner. If you’re a creative agency in search of an accessibility partner or if you’re interested in learning more about what an accessibility partnership entails get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org