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Lenovo Attests to EqualWeb’s No. 1 Accessibility Solution
Nov 1, 2021
EqualWeb has been more than thrilled partnering with the world’s number one PC company, Lenovo, providing it with our cutting-edge accessibility solutions on its websites.
Now, 6 months after working closely together, Lenovo is sharing the experience of what’s it like using our product and services to remove barriers for people with disabilities.
“EqualWeb can assist a company to get from point 0 to 100% compliance in no time,” Senior Manager of Lenovo`s E-Commerce Business Unit, Hanna Salo, says. “The time, money, and resources invested in that was definitely helping us with savings. After enabling EqualWeb on our Lenovo.com websites… we’ve had more than 56,000 user activations.
“Working with [EqualWeb] has been exemplary. I really enjoy their positive team spirit and also the response times. I have to say that the EqualWeb team has been one of the best partners for Lenovo,” notes Salo.
We at EqualWeb are proud to have Lenovo on our ever-growing list of loyal clients and are grateful for Salo’s warm remarks.
Our team of accessibility experts, programmers, designers, and consultants has reciprocal appreciation to the people at Lenovo.
Our stride toward an accessible and equal Web for all, providing a seamless and inclusively friendly browsing experience for individuals who need it most, is progressing with every new customer, big or small, becoming more tangible with every passing day.
Nowadays, not only the access to digital content has become a part of our daily lives, it has been also stated as a fundamental right. Not being able to access the Internet for disability reasons is simply a factor of discrimination, even a social and professional exclusion! In that matter, the worldwide-known Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (or WCAG), ensure that all companies follow its strict Standards that meet the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments internationally.
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People with disabilities (PWD), estimated at 1.3 billion, form a market the size of China. Together with their friends and family, acting on their emotional connection, PWD hold over $8 Trillion in annual disposable income. With the elderly population, a group with the biggest share of the national wealth, adding to this number, this is a market that can’t be ignored.
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.