3 reasons why greyscale is bad for online accessibility | Disability charity Scope UK

3 reasons why greyscale is bad for online accessibility | Disability charity Scope UK

3. Accessibility was an afterthoughtEvery public sector organisation’s website should meet a minimum standard for accessibility. This is now the law.In reality, many still do not meet this standard. And their websites have a range of accessibility issues that cause problems for disabled people. The change to greyscale showed once again, disabled people had been forgotten. Disabled people tell Scope they’re blocked from accessing vital services and information, as well as online shopping and entertainment, because of accessibility problems. Far too many organisations do not consider accessibility as a priority at every step. They should be talking to and listening to their disabled customers. And everyone working on a website should know the basic best practices of web accessibility.

Scope comment on how disabled people are simply forgotten.

https://www.scope.org.uk/news-and-stories/3-reasons-why-greyscale-is-bad-for-online-accessibility/

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