As a business owner one might already have an idea of how important it is to have a well-established website that accurately reflects their business and the essence of their brand. Nowadays, what it means to have and own a website goes a little beyond its old meaning. For instance, in 2023, It’s super important for businesses owners to make sure that they not only have a website, but that they have a website that is inclusive, compliant, and accessible to everyone equally. But what exactly does it mean to be inclusive? According to, Cambridge Dictionary
, “An inclusive group or organization tries to include many different types of people and treat them all fairly and equally.”
Having an inclusive website and making the business website compliant just means that the website is equally accessible to all kinds of people, especially for individuals who have a disability or impairment. In this case, inclusivity and compliance can and should go hand in hand. How? Let me explain. A website wouldn’t be considered inclusive, if it didn’t align with the GDPR, CPRA, ACA and ADA standards. And, the website wouldn’t be compliant without adhering to the requirements of the GDPR, CPRA, ACA and ADA.