Designing and developing an accessible website

Information, guides and services to help you create accessible websites

How accessible is your homepage?

Let us do a free audit of your homepage using 10 of the WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines covered in manual accessibility testing. We’ll then give you a high-level overview of violations and remediation steps.

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Accessibility services

Why accessibility is important

More than a billion people (15% of the world’s population) are estimated to live with some form of disability.  As populations grow older and global chronic health conditions such as diabetes increase, the number of people with disabilities increases as well.

Create an equivalent experience for all users

Making websites and digital technologies accessible helps those with auditory, visual, cognitive, motor and manual dexterity disabilities have an equivalent user experience.

All users should be able to complete all tasks on a site

An accessible site is often the only way a user can perform a task. Users need the content and interactive elements on a site available and accessible so they can access information and services.

It’s a legal requirement to meet accessibility standards

Websites are legally required to meet WCAG 2.0 AA. These standards are set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and are internationally recognised standards to measure accessibility compliance.

Free accessibility resources

Take advantage of our accessibility expertise to make your site navigable and understandable for all.