Web site accessibility is about providing equal access to all users,
regardless of ability, technology or situation.
Web site accessibility, contrary to popular belief, does not just affect
people with visual impairments. It also addresses the needs of a much
wider audience, including people with dyslexia, those with restricted
upper body mobility, the hard of hearing and the elderly.
The internet is the largest information resource in the world, and
it continues to grow exponentially. People should not be denied access
to this resource simply because of an impairment and poor web site development
There are a series of guidelines laid down by the Web
site Accessibility Initiative to aid web site developers in
creating accessible web sites. At Tower Internet we take these guidelines
into consideration for every site we develop.
We can show you how your web site is perceived by users with disabilities
and help you understand how this affects your organisation.
We can take the worry away by setting up your site to comply with all
relevant accessibility guidelines and legislation.
To find out more about web site accessibility, or to book an accessibility
audit please contact us.