On Demand: Mobile Applications and Kiosk Accessibility Services

Ensuring accessibility in mobile apps and kiosks is a legal requirement under various laws and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the United States, the European Accessibility Act, and the Disability Discrimination Act in Australia. Non-compliance can lead to penalties, lawsuits, and damage to a business's reputation.

By making mobile apps and kiosks accessible, businesses can cater to a wider range of users, including those with disabilities or unique needs. This inclusivity opens up new market opportunities and fosters customer loyalty by providing an equitable experience for all.

Accessible mobile apps and kiosks offer a better user experience for everyone, not just those with disabilities. Features like adjustable settings, clear instructions, and intuitive interfaces make the experience more user-friendly and engaging for all customers.

In today's market, businesses that prioritize accessibility and inclusivity can gain a competitive edge by appealing to a broader customer base and demonstrating a commitment to diversity and equal access.

Learn how mobile applications and kiosk accessibility services differ from website accessibility services, what to look for in a vendor to secure these services, and what to budget.

This event features Mark Shapiro (Accessibility.com), Casey Naiduk, and Travis Franklin (QualityLogic).





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