We understand the importance of making accessible websites, not simply in order to comply with The Disability Discrimination Act 1995, but also to enable our clients to reach their audience no matter what type of browsing environment is being used, be it a mobile phone on a sunny day, or a screen reader such as JAWS.
To achieve this we typically undertake a series of measures and best practices while developing our websites. These include:
Coding our website templates to be compliant with the W3C standards for HTML and CSS, thus helping to ensure they display correctly in current and future browsers.
Endeavouring, where practicable, to conform to (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, at the highest level we can achieve, and helping our clients to do the same when creating content. For example, giving clients the ability to easily attach alternative text to all images.
We recognise that achieving accessible websites is an ongoing process and we are interested in supporting our clients to maintain and improve accessibility. We encourage users to send us feedback and advice relating to how we can improve their browsing experience.