Accessible design with its emphasis on clear, streamlined and flexible presentation, content, and user navigation is vital to non-profit and public sector organizations. Accessible design—particularly for online communications—is beneficial for both users and to the organizations that create them: increasing use, access, impact, and an improvement in brand perception.
However, the world of accessibility can be bewildering. Alt tags, legibility, text-to-speech software, JAWS, plain language, and so much more. At Intent, we help our clients produce accessible websites and materials and gain compliance with both AODA and WCAG standards.
Intent also wrote and designed the Enabling Access Through Renewal handbook for Wilfrid Laurier University. The handbook is a comprehensive guide on how to create accessible websites for large public sector organizations.
You can download a free copy here.
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