From a business standpoint, it makes sense to ensure your website is as accessible to a wider audience as possible, including those with blindness or low vision, deafness or hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, or combinations of these.
This matters just as well from a legal compliance standpoint, as there have been many case studies of lawsuits filed for companies failing to ensure sufficient website accessibility as codified into law by the American Disabilities Act (ADA).
However, this does not only apply to your website. It is just as important to review all electronic documents that a visitor would access on your website, particularly PDFs.
These best practices will help to ensure that your PDFs are compliant with accessibility standards:
Files & Content
For more information on making your PDF’s ADA compliant, including a verification tool, check out this page from Adobe Acrobat.recommend this