Technology is rapidly developing, making our lives easier. New technologies, including the Internet, are constantly changing and evolving. According to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) websites can now become accessible to people with disabilities (with limited movement or low vision).
Why should I design a disability-friendly website?
- Designing a disability-friendly website helps people with congenital or acquired disabilities use the Internet like everybody else.
- Adapting your website to people with disabilities enhances your social profile and your contribution to the evolution of the Internet and its community.
- A disability-friendly website is requirement in order for a company to get financial support from the EU structural funds (National Strategic Reference Network).
- You gain more customers, the people with disabilities themselves; they could not have been your customers if you hadn’t had a website accessible to them.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0
The websites that follow the WCAG 2.0 are those who meet the requirements that enable people with disabilities to use them. These guidelines interpret the needs of these people and determine the technical processes that should be done in order for a website to be disability-friendly.
Click here to read the WCAG 2.0
Our company offers full compliance with the requirements of the EU National Strategic Reference Networks (NSRN), as well as with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
We design your existing website according to the WCAG 2.0 and we offer you the opportunity to have a site that is accessible to people with special needs, without having to rebuild it anew.
TipDesigning disability-friendly websites and thus making the Internet available to everyone is our social responsibility.