Ensuring your organization’s website is easy-to-navigate and intuitive are top priorities for healthcare marketers today.
But it’s important to consider that optimal website usability can look and sound very different to people with sensory impairments like blindness, low vision, deafness or hard of hearing. People with cognitive disabilities, or whose native language isn’t English, can struggle with content comprehension. It can also be more difficult to navigate a website with certain motor skill impairments.
For people with a range of abilities different from your own, you must take usability a step further and address accessibility.