Even in the digital world, we want to consider users who have disabilities. This way you make sure that every user can interact well with your solution. A digitally accessible solution can be used by everyone, including users with visual and/or physical disabilities such as (color) blindness, low literacy, deafness or low vision.
This page tells you how we work to ensure digital accessibility. Please feel free to contact us for customized advice without obligation.
Accessibility standards for digital-accessibility are described in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). These guidelines describe how a solution should behave in order to call itself digitally accessible. Among other things, the guidelines focus on ensuring color contrast, font size, proper display on different screen sizes, and a clear navigational structure.
The WCAG is divided into different levels. Based on your solution, together we will determine a level that suits your goals.
For example, government agencies are bound to "WCAG 2.1, level A + AA," but semi-public agencies such as hospitals, banks, housing associations and telecom companies are also held to this standard.
We offer accessible insight into the various levels and share a recommendation for an appropriate level. To realize this, we look at your target group, stakeholders and type of organization, among other things.
We perform a full analysis on the current solution, from code to design. Based on this analysis, we arrive at a reasoned recommendation for changes that contribute to digital accessibility.
The advisory report includes a targeted budget based on open calculation. With this insight, together we can prioritize the implementation of the desired work.
Once the action items are aligned, we can implement the approved changes from the budget directly within the solution. In doing so, we provide a complete worry-free solution for ensuring digital accessibility.
Do you work with your own developers, or another development party? Then we are also ready to support and guide them.
Do you hire your own developers and/or designers? Then we can organize a knowledge session to bring your team up to speed on the requirements of digital-accessibility - from code to design. We present the findings to the team and reserve time for a knowledge transfer.
From consultancy and code reviews, to strategy, launch and marketing. With our broad digital services, DTT is happy to help you further enhance your concept or solution.
What is already going well, and where are the bottlenecks? We examine how the solution is liked by real users and share a well-founded recommendation.
We come up with a manageable advisory report for your codebase. Useful for improvement steps, or a switch to a new development party.
Joost is happy to help you