20 great examples of accessible websites


Earlier this year, we introduced you to a solution called accessiBe that make web pages accessible with just one piece of code .

We are proud users of accessiBe at Convince & Convert. The interface allows any visitor to a website with accessiBe installed to tailor the site design, user interface, and accessibility to their specific needs.

I am one of the great solutions. To give you an idea of ​​what sites with accessiBe look like and how they help users with disabilities, I put together a list of examples of websites made accessible websites examples to people with disabilities. accessiBe.

To provide complete transparency: we are accessiBe customers and accessiBe are also Convince & Convert customers.

Here are 20 great examples of accessible websites.

Part 1: Hotels & Tourism

1. Hilton Columbus in Easton

Epilepsy safety profile

The Hilton Columbus at Easton is a popular hotel with business and leisure travelers, locals and groups alike. To appeal to all their online visitors, using accessiBe in their website allows visitors to choose an accessibility configuration that suits their own preferences.

With Seizure Safe Profile, flicker is eliminated and screen colors are reduced. Profiles allow epileptic and seizure users to quickly browse the site by reducing the risk of seizures caused by flashing or flashing animations and dangerous color combinations.

2. Condor Hotel

Blind profile

Condor Visually Impaired Website Profile

In addition to other features that accessiBe offers, the Visual Impairment Profile function enhances images on customer websites to accommodate the majority of visual impairments, including tunnel vision, cataracts and increased intraocular pressure. Here, when Condor guests browse their website to find a store to stay in Brooklyn, they can easily do so because the program quickly adjusts directions.

3. Snacking

Cognitive Disability Profile

Snacknation Accessible Website Example

Snacknation is a snack delivery service for those who want to send snack boxes to their group, friends, and even your own home.

For some travelers, especially those with cognitive disabilities, such as Autism, Dyslexia, and CVA, browsing through all the snack options without having AccessiBe enabled can cause a challenge.

However, the Cognitive Disability Profile assists the viewer in reading and focusing. This profile provides support features that focus on the essential elements of a website, such as removing header options and menu bars.

4. Lonely Planet

ADHD-friendly profile

ADHD-friendly profiles help visitors focus on specific parts of the site while eliminating distractions. This profile is specifically designed to help people with ADHD and neurodevelopmental disorders easily browse, read, and focus on the website and is a great way to keep users focused on achieving their goals. conversion goals.


Fonts readable for the visually impaired

As we all know, good typography will give potential customers peace of mind about your product listings, business, and even online advertisements. AccessiBe content mods allow individuals to use the “Readable Fonts” feature. The site quickly adjusted to simple typography while keeping the layout and design elements of the brand intact.

Part 2: Automotive & Finance and Legal Services

6. DealerON

Bookmark the title for the visually impaired

DealerON accessible Website Example

7. Yokohama

Bookmark the links for the visually impaired

Yokohama Accessible Website Example

If you need help focusing on certain aspects of your website but don’t necessarily need the extra functionality that accessiBe’s ‘Profile’ tweaks provide, you can use several tuning options simpler like Bookmark Title and Bookmark Link. As shown on the DealerON and Yokohama homepages, this feature boxed headlines and key links on web pages so visitors could quickly locate where they are and where they should go.

No. 8. StepStone

Text magnifying glass for the visually impaired

Accessible Website Example by Stepstone

Sometimes the text can be small and difficult to read. Text can be enlarged or reduced to make reading easier and more comfortable. Especially for those with impaired vision, accessiBe’s Text Magnifier adjustment allows the user to move the pointer over the content and automatically magnify the text.

9. Miami State Attorney

Correction Center for the Blind

Align Center for Visually Impaired

As shown on the Miami State Attorney’s website, accessiBe’s center align tool seamlessly centers all text. This function works perfectly for sections of the website that have a large portion of text on the screen. Centered text is easier to read for the visually impaired. In addition, visitors also have the option to align the text left and right.

10. Florida Bars

Dark contrast for the visually impaired

Dark Contrast for Visually Impaired

Many of our mobile apps and programs now have a “dark mode”. Thanks to accessiBe, many brands can now have a similar feature on their website.

Visitors can adjust colors based on their needs and reduce eye strain with the dark contrast feature. This is also suitable for people who are light sensitive and cannot surf websites with light backgrounds.

Part 3: Healthcare & Technology

11. Louisiana Department of Health

Monochrome for the Blind

Monochrome for Visually Impaired

Similar to the dark contrast feature, accessiBe’s monochrome function works great to reduce bright colors on a web page. In addition, it is a great solution for people who are suffering from color vision impairment. As shown on the Louisiana Department of Health home page, the monochrome function turns pages into a clear gray without obstructing the content.

12. Dexcel

Monochrome for the visually impaired

Dexcel Monochrome for Visually Impaired

In this example on the Dexcel website, accessiBe provides color adjustments for specific content areas on the site. Whether it’s text or titles, viewers with varying degrees of color blindness may not be able to see your buttons or links due to color. This feature allows them to easily adjust the colors according to their visual needs.

13. Pacific Life

Reading Mode for Visual, Motor & Cognitive Disabilities

from Pacific Life Read Mode Example

In this example, you can see how viewers can also adjust their screen orientation. This section is specifically designed to help people with visual impairments, cognitive disabilities, and mobility impairments. Reading mode removes all graphics and moving images and keeps all text on the screen so that viewers focus only on the information. In addition, this feature is also printer friendly as it saves you some ink if you decide to use it for your physical needs.

14. Belkin

Highlight an example of Hover

One of the key concepts behind AccessiBe’s navigational feature is that it helps to minimize distractions and noise by providing guiding elements. On the Belkin website, you can see how the prominent hover functionality allows viewers to use the cursor to click on specific parts of the site. This focuses directly on the content because the program highlights your desired part.

15. Mobileye

Hiding Images for Visual, Motivational & Cognitive Disabilities

Mobileye Hide Images for Visual Motor Cognitive Disabilities

Many websites contain moving images or animations that can be difficult for some visitors. With accessiBe, visitors are given the option to hide images to reduce distraction. With all the free space left on the screen, the overall layout and size of the website stays true to itself, so brands won’t need to worry about their content being rebuilt according to the size of the screen. unusual way.

Part 4: Apparel & Retail

16 . All paint

Helpful Links for Visual, Motor and Cognitive Disability

Useful Links for Visual Disabilities Example

For visitors who find it difficult to navigate through a web page, the useful links accessibility feature allows visitors to quickly access a drop-down menu with all the links on a web page.

17. DC Shoes

Adjusting Fonts and Letters for Images, Motor and Cognitive Disabilities

While accesiBe’s profile features are pre-made, viewers can choose to tailor other elements to their needs. For example, on the DC homepage, you can see how easy it is to adjust font size or letter spacing as needed. This customization allows people to find the perfect screen view for their particular disability and preference.

18. American Glasses

High contrast for the blind

19. Kappa

Low saturation for the blind

Low Saturation Visually Impaired Website Example

The visually impaired need the option to adjust the display brightness to enhance readability and design. The high contrast function acts as a filter to make images and text easier to read and colors to stand out.

People with limited or low vision may see content better when using high contrast, compared to the normal color scheme. Low saturation works in a similar way to suit those sensitive to bright and bold images.

The home page on GlassesUSA showcases the high contrast feature, where the colors on the shades are enhanced, and on the Kappa homepage, the low saturation reduces the image, as seen on the model’s shirt.

20. Taylor Guitars

Keyboard navigation for the deaf

Keyboard Navigation for Motor Impaired

When using the visually impaired user function, the Taylor Guitar website will be compatible with the screen reader installed on the user’s computer or smartphone.

With keyboard navigation, it allows people with functional impairments to operate the website using their keyboard with shortcuts like “M” for menus and “H” for titles.


Website accessibility is more important than ever. To provide equal opportunities and experiences for people with disabilities, it is important to make your website accessible to all. That way, your relationship with consumers grows far beyond the computer screen.