Website Accessibility at Work
How we have made a difference to businesses already
Here you can view website accessibility at work to gain an insight into what digital accessibility looks like in practice. It is a myth that accessible websites must be ‘all black and white text’ and therefore bland and boring. We keep to WCAG 2.1 AA standards without limiting our creative freedom. Most importantly, we consult our disabled and impaired users. They give us feedback on the accessibility of the websites we build and what needs to be considered from the user's perspective. People with individual needs use the Internet, not robots. In our training courses, we will show you how to create stunning designs that comply with accessibility standards, take into account the user perspective and attract visitors at the same time.
- A purpose-led research project funded by the Art Fund charity.
- Design and development of a WCAG 2.1 Level AA compliant WordPress website, hosted on our server.
- WordPress Editor Training with recorded Zoom session.
- Accessibility Statement.
- Monthly hosting package.
- Consultancy and training of an organisation that wants to be digitally inclusive.
- Bespoke Web Accessibility Training, Audit & Consultancy.
- Accessibility audits of website and social media channels with hands-on support for in-house developers and staff on implementing the recommended strategies.
- Bespoke webinar to train staff, partners, and network members in web accessibility basics.
- Delivery of a range of resource recommendations for the sector and its neurodiverse visitors following a survey.
- Public sector website.
- Design and development of a WCAG 2.1 Level AA compliant WordPress website, hosted on our server, PAYG maintenance provisions.
- Population of content from the old website to the new one.
- Callum’s design hit the mark on the first draft with a few colour and layout adjustments.
- Caren worked closely with Parish Council Clerk to establish a systematic approach that would allow all participants to contribute but would not delay the project completion.
- Diversity and Inclusion specialist website.
- The site is hosted and maintained by us.
- The client wanted to retain the landing page structure of their existing site.
- They also asked for the content to be populated and copyedited by Caren.
- They required a site that gave a friendly, open perception to reflect their personality.
- The user-friendliness and WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility of their new site was of major importance to them.
- E-commerce functionality.