Website Development for Leading Social Inclusion Charity
Build for CKUK, a leading UK Charity specializing in accessible learning and social inclusion.
Web Design & Accessibility
- Build for audience with learning impairments,
- Secure Social Network Platform
- Secure Profile & Discussion Forums
- Award-winning Website Design
- Accessibility Website
- Text to Speech Synthesizer
- Promoting Dignity and Respect.
Accessible website and app design
Web accessibility for websites or Apps and published content usable for individuals with disabilities. There are several key requirements we included to ensure web accessibility:
- Content Structure: Websites should have a clear and logical structure, with headers, lists, and meaningful link text, to assist screen readers and users with cognitive impairments.
- Alternative Text: All images, graphics, and multimedia should have descriptive alternative text (alt text) to convey their content to visually impaired users.
- Keyboard Navigation: Websites must be navigable using a keyboard alone, ensuring users with mobility impairments can interact with all elements.
- Color and Contrast: Text and interactive elements should have sufficient contrast, making them readable for those with visual impairments or color blindness.
- Captions and Transcripts: Multimedia content like videos should have captions and transcripts to assist deaf or hard-of-hearing users.
- Form Accessibility: Forms should be properly labeled and provide clear instructions, making it easier for screen readers and individuals with cognitive disabilities to fill them out.
- Consistent Navigation: Websites should have a consistent layout and navigation menu to help users with cognitive and learning disabilities.
- Resize and Zoom: Content should adapt to different text sizes and zoom levels to accommodate users with low vision.
- ARIA Roles: Implement ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications) roles and attributes to enhance the accessibility of dynamic web content, like single-page applications.
- Testing and User Feedback: Regular accessibility testing and feedback from users with disabilities are essential to identify and address issues.
Compliance with web accessibility requirements, such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), ensures that websites are inclusive and can be used by everyone, regardless of their abilities or disabilities.
It's not just a legal obligation in many places but also a fundamental aspect of providing a positive user experience.