As the web matures, it’s getting more inclusive
Web accessibility (or A11Y) is the practice of making sure websites are usable for people with disabilities. A11Y is now being covered under the Americans with Disabilities or ADA Act, the same set of rules which govern your physical location. As a business who runs a website it’s smart to make sure your website is accessibility. This ensures the broadest reach for your products and services avoids the possibility of potential litigation.
When building and maintaining website, we follow the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines or WCAG. The WCAG has emerged as the standard best practice guidelines for web developers and content editors.
Project 13 provides accessibility development work and training to help and your staff maintain the highest level of compliance. We also partner with a 3rd party monitoring company to continually evaluate and improve your site’s accessibility.