It makes business sense
Accessible websites are a legal obligation, but perhaps you need more reasons to tweak your event website and registration platform to be accessibility compliant. W3C provide some great business motivators for adopting accessibility.
The Corporate Business Case
Financial gains and cost savings from increased web use due to increased potential market share, search engine optimization (SEO), and increased usability
Reducing risk of legal action, high legal expenses, and negative image
Public relations benefits of demonstrating corporate social responsibility (CSR)
Benefits of an inclusive workplace that supports employees with disabilities
A Not for Profit Organisation
Social responsibility factors, such as the organization’s commitment to human rights, including the right to information
Organization’s interest in ensuring that its materials are available to all of its potential audiences
Supporting older people with age-related impairments who may be donors
Free Web Accessibility Assessment
Our health check follows the guidelines of a W3 preliminary accessibility evaluation. Just send us between 1-3 web page urls to check and we will email you and overview of elements that need work for a compliant web page.
A Government Ministry or Agency
Laws and policies that require public services are available to all, such as anti-discrimination legislation or information and communications technology (ICT) policy
Demonstration of social responsibility and provision of information and services that are accessible to all citizens
Savings from improved server performance and decreased site maintenance
Benefits from enabling people with disabilities and older users to interact with them online instead of more costly ways
A Small to Medium-Sized Enterprise (SME)
Positive impact on search engine optimization (SEO) from accessibility improvements
Importance of an increasing market among people with disabilities and older people who may significantly benefit from accessible online shopping
Increased general usability and trustworthiness of online shopping interfaces from improved accessibility
Reduced risk of legal action and negative publicity from not complying with anti-discrimination legislation
Our Auditing Partner
Our auditing partner’s consultants have an average of 10 years’ experience and have together completed over 300 WCAG 2.0 accessibility audits, evaluations and assessments. Their consultants have trained hundreds of designers, developers, testers and content authors in various areas of digital accessibility.
Who Have We Helped?
DiverseAbility: NDIS Inclusion Conference, our team configured the conference registration platform to ensure it meets standards as per W3C’s WCAG2.0 accessibility guidelines. Digital accessibility is key at DiverseAbility: NDIS Inclusion Conference, our team ensure that all registrants experience a seamless and hassle-free registration process.
NSW the State of Inclusion Conference 17-18 May 2017, Sydney ICC. As accessibility was the heart of the conference, we were required to provide inclusive planning for all aspects of the conference, from onsite logistics to online communications.
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