Disability comes in many forms, each with different accessibility requirements. For example:
Many efforts contribute to building and maintaining the accessibility of your organization’s website.
Creating accessible design standards for use throughout your site and executing compelling designs based on them.
Developing accessible code that works well with a variety of assistive technologies.
Ensuring that design, code and content all meet your target guidelines, such as Section 508 or WCAG 2.0, as well as your disabled users’ actual needs.
Test various aspects of your site or application using common accessibility technologies such as JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, Window-Eyes and more.
Detailed evaluation of how well your site supports the needs of visitors with disabilities…and actionable recommendations for improvement or compliance.
Empowering your staff to meet accessibility requirements in every day publishing.
What tools do colleges and universities place in the hands of students, staff and faculty
How do you test if the contrast ratio of your website's text meets Section 508 or WCAG 2.0