Even in the digital world - from an app to a website - we want to serve every target group as well as possible. Especially with a broad target group, digital accessibility and inclusiveness are of great importance. A digitally accessible solution can be used well by everyone, including users with visual and/or physical disabilities such as (color) blindness, low literacy, deafness or low vision.
At DTT, we like to make sure that your solution meets the digital accessibility guidelines as outlined in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). We determine the needs, then make the necessary adjustments and implement the desired solutions. This is how we help you provide an optimal user experience to the entire target audience.
You can read how we work for digital accessibility on this page. Want to know more? Feel free to contact us for an informal meeting.
First, we determine which WCAG requirement level your solution should meet. Government agencies are bound by "WCAG 2.1, level A + AA," as are semi-public agencies, such as hospitals, banks, housing associations and telecom companies.
We offer accessible insight into the different levels and share a recommendation for a connecting level. For this, we look at your target audience, stakeholders and type of organization, among other things.
We perform a quick scan on the current solution, from code to design. Based on this analysis, we come up with a reasoned recommendation for changes and optimizations in line with the set level of digital accessibility. This includes looking at colors and contrast, screen size, fonts, navigation and loading speed.
Based on the analysis, we provide customized advice to make your solution more digitally accessible. We clearly indicate which adjustments need to be made to meet the desired level of WCAG.
Furthermore, we advise on additional adaptations and enrichments to provide a further optimal user experience for everyone within the target group, for example with a read-aloud or translation function, or an adapted font for people with dyslexia.
We clearly set out our findings, the necessary improvements and the desired adjustments in an advisory report, including a management summary and a budget based on an open calculation.
On the basis of the advisory report and the budget, together we can set priorities and make a planning to carry out the desired work.
Once we have prioritized together, we can get to work on the various improvements and adjustments. Of course, in the meantime, the solution simply remains live.
Do you work with your own developers or with another development party? Then of course we are also happy to support them.
We are happy to host a knowledge session to bring the team up to speed on digital-accessibility requirements and opportunities. From code and design to other solutions that can improve the user experience. After the knowledge session, your developers and designers will know exactly what is needed to continue ensuring digital-accessibility.
Digital accessibility means the degree to which in a digital solution is accessible to a user. Not all users are equally digitally proficient. Users may also be challenged in reading or language. To serve all of these users well, it is important to make a digital solution as accessible as possible.
Not always, but in a lot of cases digital accessibility is indeed a requirement.
For example, for government agencies, but also semi-public agencies such as hospitals, banks, housing associations and telecom companies. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) describes the requirements these organizations must meet.
For other organization, optimizing digital accessibility may be a choice. Because they want to make their solution as inclusive as possible and serve their entire target audience optimally.
Digital accessibility covers various aspects, from code to design and everything in between. Consider colors and contrasts, screen sizes, navigation, readability of fonts, as well as loading speed and other technical aspects that can hinder or promote usage.
The cost of a digital accessibility scan depends entirely on the solution, the objectives, the WCAG level and the target group. During an informal meeting we would like to hear more about your organization and the solution, after which we can give an indication of the costs.
From consulting and code reviews, to strategy, launch and marketing. With our broad digital services we like to help you strengthen your concept or solution.
Usablity testing teaches us what users really think of your app, game and/or website. What do they like and what could be better or more user-friendly? Based on their feedback, we can optimize the user experience. Very focused and with certainty.
From websites, serious games, apps to mission-critical solutions, the digital world runs on code. With a code review, we ensure that the technology of the solution continues to meet all quality requirements.