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Document and Media Remediation
Jun 10, 2020
Empower your audience. Reach a larger demographic. Unlock your document’s accessibility potential and welcome all users! EqualWeb tackles tables, images, flow charts, complicated graphics, and more with ease and professionalism. The content might be diverse, but our testing engineers have successfully remediated every format received. We provide scanning, format conversion, and accessible version control for Section 508 and WCAG compliance.
We provide recommendations to help your deliverables maintain the highest level of accessibility. Our staff is comprised of testers who are Accessibility professionals. They provide recommendations based on how a user with a disability will interact with your document using assistive technologies. This perspective allows our team to find issues that others may miss while maintaining the look and feel of the original version. We work with you to see which elements might need the most work by gauging your final audience. We draft the proper alternative text for images, recreate accessible tables and graphs, craft labels for form fields, as well as understand exactly how be conveyed in terms of textual hierarchy and heading styles. The end result is a document that conveys your ideas to the broadest audience possible.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG 2.1, defines how to make web content more usable to people with disabilities. Individuals with visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language and neurological disabilities will need assistance when viewing media in your website.
Did you know? Number of adults with vision trouble: 21.2 million
Understanding WCAG 2.1 is an essential guide to understanding and using "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1" (WCAG2.1). The concepts and provisions may be new to some people. Understanding WCAG 2.1 provides a non-normative extended commentary on each guideline and each Success Criterion to help readers better understand the intent and how the guidelines and Success Criteria work together. It also provides examples of techniques or combinations of techniques that the Working Group has identified as being sufficient to meet each Success Criterion. Links are then provided to write-ups for each of the techniques.
In the last years several new laws were created to help persons with disabilities (PWD). Some examples are: Section 508 or Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in the USA, or the European Union Law EU 301549 Did you know that just over 15% of have a disability?
None of us thought of it too much till not long ago. So many of us are not aware of it to date. The Web is fundamentally designed to work for everyone, whatever their hardware, software, language, location, or ability. When the Web meets this goal, it is accessible to people with a diverse range of hearing, movement, sight, and cognitive ability.