Design with accessibility in mind
Web accessibility is how people with disabilities access and use your web content as a result of techniques used by web designers and developers. Although web accessibility benefits people with disabilities, it also gives people without disabilities a better browsing experience. With your accessible content, you can affirm your compliance with NZ web standards and international guidelines. You can also demonstrate social responsibility through your accessible web content and encourage other groups to do the same.
How accessible are you?
Our Accessibility team can offer consultations or full audits to inform you of your current state of accessibility and ensure you know the next steps to improve your users experiences.
At Catalyst we offer a one day Web Accessibility WCAG 2.1 training course. The course provides attendees with more information about WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.1 and ways to test for and achieve level AA compliance within their websites.