Usability and Accessibility
Commercially and ethically what we produce should not be exclusive in terms of who and how people can use it. Coupled with this is an increasing legal responsibility for clients to be aware and have made best efforts to make their sites (and printed material) clear and accessible to all users.
This focuses on how sites meet and adhere to various standards including ease of use, technical production and accessibility by groups such as the visually impaired.
We work with a wide range of usability and accessibility standards such as w3.org and Bobby to keep abreast and ahead of the requirements set out to regulate how sites are constructed.
As part of our process we will work with our clients to review and decide upon the most effective application of the various standards and keep you informed as they develop on an ongoing basis.
Whether it is the provision of text only sites, quick keys, or the comprehensive use of styles in order to deliver accessible sites for our clients and their users, this is an area, which is important to our clients and to us.