Web site accessibility ensures that people with disabilities and older people can understand, navigate, and interact with your web site.
Millions of people have disabilities that affect how they can use the Internet. At the moment most web sites have accessibility issues that can make it very tricky or impossible for disabled customers to use. Web accessibility also helps people without disabilities. The idea of Web accessibility is designing web sites that are able to meet different user needs, preferences, and situations. This can help people using a slow internet connection or with temporary disabilities such as a broken wrist. An inaccessible website can undervalue the importance of disabled customers and lose you valuable business.
One of the roles of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) is to develop guidelines and techniques that describe accessibility solutions for Web software and Web developers. These WAI guidelines are considered the international standard for Web accessibility.
SCK Web Works understands and implements the WAI guidelines, putting them to use in the initial brief of your web site.
We take your web site ideas on-board and suggest accessibility problems that might be caused. We then come up with a suitable solution, leading to a web site that is accessible by all. Thus increasing your target audience.
There are several online sources relating to web accessibility, some of which can be found here:
Below we have listed the most common editor features.
Further to this we have developed the following extra add ons.
The SCK Web Editor is NOT built on a set template website. It can be added to any bespoke design, no matter how complex the site may be. We are also able to add any extra editor modules that may be relevant to your business.
Contact SCK for further information