Not everyone uses the web the same way. Users with poor vision often set their browser to enlarge the text of the web pages they visit. To improve accessibility for your website visitors, you should consider how your website looks when text is enlarged.
You can easily test this by setting your browser’s zoom feature to 200%. If you notice page content overlaps with other content, then adjustments need to be made to improve accessibility.
Platforms such as Webflow make the transition from original size to enlarged easy. For example, zoomed pages on Webflow convert to enlarged mobile versions to ensure readability and improved functionality.
It’s important to test your website’s accessibility thoroughly to ensure it works well for everyone. And if you need assistance with improving accessibility, I’m only an email away.