Accessibility = Money

Ignoring accessibility is costing you and your business in lost turnover, every year.


Carlos Eriksson

I’m a designer; Sometimes websites, sometimes not.

It’s okay to make money

The practicallity of running a business, often means a profit needs to be made.

79% failed

In a study 79% of tested websites failed to meet the bare minimum for accessibility.

The point is ladies and gentlemen that greed, for lack of a better word, is good.

Gordon Gecko (Michael Douglas) in the 1987 film Wall Street.

Smith & Son

Owned by a 54 year old who studies economics at Oxford, Cambridge or Harvard. They employ 4.8 people.

£673,000.00 / year

According to FBS, the average SME in the UK has a turnover of £673,076.92, every year.

Accessibility = People

People, of all ages, ethnicities and abilities benefit from inclusive design.

14% in the world

1 billion, that’s 1 in 7 people, have some form of disability.

+ £110,000.00 / year

Leo’s money is worth as much as everyone else’s.

20% in the UK

12.6 million, that’s 1 in 5 people, in the UK have some form of sensory disability.

Fuck you, we don’t want your money.

Carlos Eriksson, codeHarbour on Tour!

+ £168,000.00 / year

Often, we make more effort to break the web than we do to simply maintain it.

50% in the UK

31.2 million people (49.3%) in the UK are over 40 years old.


As we age, our eyes’ ability to focus degrade and their ability to distinguish hues and contrast are diminished, yet the copy on most websites have insufficient contrast.

95% of the information on the web is written language.

Oliver Reichenstein, iA.


Why are you pouring time and effort into social media and SEO, and ignoring accessbility?

+ £654,000.00 / year

Ignoring accessibility is costing you and your business in lost potential turnover. Every year.

Greed for good

You’re 1 in 7 billion, a speck on the car window of the cosmos, but you can make changes that affects millions.