Creating an Accessible Website
Provide equal access to your website to those with
disabilities & reduce your business' legal liability
What is the WCAG 2.1?
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines or WCAG has become the global standard for creating an accessible website.
The WCAG 2.1 guidelines relate to the design, build & content of your site and are broken down into 4 categories:
The vast majority of websites do not meet these new guidelines and as a result are legally vulnerable.
Our Web Accessibility Road Map
Accessible Design & Color Contrast
Building for Assistive Technology
Keyboard Navigation Testing
WAVE & Pope Technology Testing
Accessibility Testing & Monitoring
Our team utilizes the WAVE web accessibility scanner and Pope Technology
to scan and test sites for WCAG 2.1 AA standards.
Both of these evaluation tools are vetted by the WCAG.
Our designers also utilize Web Aim's Color Contrast checker to select
color schemes that meet the contrast ratio requirements.
Resources on web Accessibility
Image Alt Text & Web Accessibility
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Designing Your Website for Seniors
Hello, this is Mikel, CEO of TinyFrog Technologies. And I want to talk a little bit about websites designed for people, eld ...Read More