The Internet has developed with tremendous rapidity over the years. Today, companies see the World Wide Web as a great tool to promote themselves. Here, the stress is characteristically given to building visually striking sites designed to impact the viewer. High-profile websites require great control over the presentation of the webpage and due to the competency of HTML and Cascading Style Sheets companies are delivering content their marketing deserves.
However, as website designers produce what must be displayed in complete terms, people with disabilities are affected. For example, users with poor vision require the capacity to organize what size text can be available in their browser. This breaks up the design of the page and defeats the web designer's original aim.
Generally, people do not have accessibility requirements. Thus, it is of no surprise that most designers are not trained in them. Also, interfaces implemented without allowing for accessibility needs are more impressive looking, and companies generally do not have an accessibility version of their website. Those organisations providing accessibility versions do it at extra cost by building a wholly separate user interface.
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