We offer a range of usability & accessibility services for websites, PDF and Video Captioning. We research, design & build interfaces to support user requirements & business goals.
Whether you want a new website or adjustments to a current website, we can help with our accessible CSS web design expertise. We'll make sure you end up with a world-class CSS-based website.
Our web accessibility services ensure your site reaches the widest possible audience. Our experienced team can:
* Test your site manually across numerous technologies and/or test them with disabled users.
* Take the guesswork out of the accessibility guidelines and compliancy standards (WCAG, RNIB, W3C, Section 508).
* Help you create a universally accessible website that can be accessed by assistive or new technologies, like screen readers or PDAs.
When people talk about "accessible" PDF files, they usually mean "tagged" PDF files, even though there is more to an accessible PDF than tags. PDF tags provide a structured, textual representation of the PDF that is presented to screen readers. They exist for accessibility purposes only and have no visible effect on the PDF file.
PDF Tags are used to define the structure of a document. They can be used to ensure the reading order for content on the page and include the required paragraph attributes needed to reflow text correctly for different screen sizes and devices. Tags also provide a standardized approach to describing text characters, regardless of font, language option, table structure and other features. so that a screen reader can read all characters and words correctly.
‘Web Accessibility’ is the concept of redesigning and building the web so that it becomes accessible and usable to people with disabilities. It also implies understanding the role ‘web accessibility initiative’ plays in changing the World Wide Web. Thus, it is vital that the web is accessible to everyone. It is essential to create an environment where all the information provided on the internet is accessible to people with or without disabilities like low vision, colour blindness, other visual impairments etc.
Captions are text versions of the spoken word. Captions allow the content of web audio and video to be accessible to those who do not have access to audio. Though captioning is primarily intended for those who cannot hear the audio, it has also been found to help those that can hear audio content and those who may not be fluent in the language in which the audio is presented.