Accessibility & Inclusion

Offering equitable digital spaces

When it comes to web accessibility, it’s a no brainer. We must create websites that are inclusive to all who navigate them. Properly designed and coded websites allow all users to access and utilize them without restrictions due to disability.

Some disabilities which may impede a user’s ability to access a website include, but are not limited to:

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Accessibility is not a bonus, but a necessity.

Building a more equitable digital world

We must consider and implement accessibility standards when developing any website. As a result, the Ethical Web Collective aims to create digital spaces that support equitable access for everyone.

When we consider that the internet is the most important source of information globally, making that information accessible to all is critical. Ensuring that everyone can access, extract, and use the same information is imperative in creating an equal web.

Did you know?

Approximately 1.3 billion people experience significant disability.


Out of the 5.35 billion global internet users, more than 6 in 10 go online to find information.