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Does Your Digital Asset Adhere To ACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS?
An expert's advice on how to comply with the accessibility compliance requirements for digital products. This aids in addressing the needs of digital assets in terms of law and accessibility.
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TECHVED has a team of WCAG-certified experts, who always ensure to provide digital products & services that are accessible to the maximum number of users and compliant with accessibility standards and laws.. This is paragraph content for ADA service page for international page
To assist organizations in determining how compliant their digital assets are, we conduct accessibility audits.
We assist businesses in designing their website or apps to adhere to WCAG & 508 standards.
We follow regulations and carefully put them into practise for businesses.
We strive for customer satisfaction. Even after they are finished, we keep up with our clients' digital assets.
We provide comprehensive testing services for web apps, websites, and native mobile applications to ensure that digital products are accessible to people with disabilities. We work with WCAG certified professionals to make websites and applications accessible to all users.
Why choose us for Accessibility Compliance?
Usability testing helps you eliminate assumptions and get access to real data on the user experience of your app, website or product.
We make sure digital product distribution complies with WCAG standards to minimize legal issues.
We enhance the user experience by creating a digital product that is accessible.
Making products digitally accessible ensures that the greatest number of users can use them.
We make sure that our clients consistently succeed in business by creating accessibility-compliant websites and apps.
At least 814 federal lawsuits, including several putative class actions, were brought against purportedly inaccessible websites.
Under the state's anti-discrimination legislation, at least 115 internet accessibility lawsuits were submitted to California state courts in 2017.
of people with disabilities are deaf or have severe hearing loss.
of the top one million websites in the world do not provide full accessibility.
of businesses are improving web accessibility for people with disabilities.
of home pages have WCAG 2 deficiencies.
prefer a company that provides a user-friendly online experience.
Accessibility aims to accommodate people with various abilities, such as
For online applications, websites, and native mobile applications to guarantee that these digital products and applications are usable by people with disabilities and compatible with technology.
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web apps, websites and native mobile applications to ensure digital products and applications are accessible by differently-abled people and compatible with technology.
Web ContentAccessibility Guidelines
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What accessibility should a website have?
A website should be perceivable, operable, understandable and robust. It is an inclusive practice of ensuring there is no barrier that prevents interaction with, or access to, the particular website by users. It is important that the website is accessible by everybody including people with different disabilities.
Web accessibility is required for all government websites. The law requires all website to be universally designed to be accessible by every individually including people with disabilities.
Web accessibility is an inclusive practice of ensuring there are no barriers that prevent human interaction with, or access to, websites on the World Wide Web by people with disabilities.
There are two ways to test accessibility: automatically & manually
To get started, you can check automatically using some of the free tools listed below:
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) defines how to make web content more accessible to people with disabilities. This involves a wide range of disabilities like visual, auditory, physical, speed, cognitive, language, learning etc.
WCAG compliance are a series of guidelines for improving web accessibility. WCAG compliance ensures that your website is accessible by everyone irrespective of disabilities and age.
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