video content. For this purpose, the Temporary Decree on digital accessibility of the government was established on 1 July 2018. This Decree stipulates that websites and mobile apps of Dutch government agencies must meet accessibility requirements. These authorities must post an accessibility statement, in which they are accountable. Even if it is not (yet) mandatory for the private sector to follow the guidelines, there are plenty of reasons to do so. You want everyone with or without a disability to see what is happening in your video, right? After all, you have spared no expense or effort for the production. Example Robin Robin is visually impaired and follows a webinar.
There is an extensive discussion between four people at the table. Because no audio description has been added and the people at the table have not introduced themselves by name and position, Robin has no idea who is speaking when. In this way Robin cannot place who mentions Mobile Phone Number which arguments. Robin loses interest, gets distracted and decides not to follow the webinar any further. Win/win for SEO There are other reasons for businesses to improve the
accessibility of video communication. Adding accessibility elements significantly improves the findability of your content. Google is blind. Search engines cannot read the content of a video, which makes videos less easy to find. By uploading a video description and separate subtitles, Google can suddenly find your content. A win-win situation, right? Google is blind. Search engines cannot read the content of a video, which makes videos less easy to find. Finally,