Accessibility

Welcome to dive deep into the world of web accessibility! Courtesy of our unique, diverse accessibility team.

Welcome to dive deep into the world of web accessibility! Courtesy of our unique, diverse accessibility team.

Why care about accessibility?

  • 15% of the world are people with disabilities. That’s 1 billion people!
  • As we age, we all become disabled in one way or another.
  • Thanks to the Curb-Cut Effect, making the world more accessible for people with disabilities benefits all of society.
  • It’s a growing market, thanks to both current and future legislation in the EU and all around the world.
  • It’s the right thing to do, because disabled people are people, and all people have the same value as humans.
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Accessibility terminology

Knowing and using the right terminology is the basis for fruitful conversations around disability and accessibility. It will also help you understand the contents of this site.

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Accessibility legislation

We have gathered and summarized information about current and future legislation at both the European and country-specific levels.

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Digital assistive technologies

Assistive technologies are designed to support the functional capabilities of people with disabilities.

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Accessible UIs

Making more accessible UIs is a collaborative process between designers, developers, and content editors. Each role must understand the others, and they each must do their part.

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Accessible documents

Many times we forget about ensuring the accessibility of documents contained in otherwise accessible websites. Although it is advisable to have all important information in HTML format including forms, price lists and reports, sometimes a more portable format is needed.

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Accessibility testing

Testing is needed to improve the accessibility level of service, and also to maintain said level as new features and content are introduced. Even if you’re not an accessibility specialist, you can still learn some basic testing techniques.

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