Digital Accessibility Expert Group of “The Barrier-Free Ukraine” Resource Centre
On our trip we have both experts versed in technical accessibility standards and testers with visual, hearing and motor impairments who use assistive technology in their everyday lives. We not only identify web accessibility bugs, but also assess recommendations for fixing them, and test the site automatically and regularly.
The result is a website that not only conforms to WCAG accessibility, but is truly beneficial for all users.
Audit of the website in relation to its level of accessibility for people with disabilities: hearing, visual and motor impairments
In today’s world, the Internet plays a significant role in making life easier for many people. Thanks to the World Wide Web, people can do their shopping, pay their utility bills, communicate with family and friends, and find out the news and information they need. And, most importantly, you can do this at any time of day or night and in any location: on the street, in a bus or bus, in a cafe or even in the bathroom.
The positive aspects of Internet resources are appreciated by many: pensioners, young mothers on maternity leave, people who have to stay at home, or are in a car accident or on sick leave. And, of course, people with disabilities. But not all websites are adapted to their perception, so developing a website for the visually impaired and blind has an important place in the work of web developers.
POG Resource Center “Barrier-free Ukraine” specializes in the adaptation of Internet resources for people with visual impairments: the blind and visually impaired.