The social model of disability
The social model of disability is a way of thinking which states that disability is caused by barriers within society rather than an individual’s impairment. Through this lens, it’s possible to conceive that if all barriers could be removed, disability would cease to exist.
Team Accessibility (Team A11Y ) helps squads to remove the digital barriers and make [COMPANY NAME] websites and apps accessible to all people, with or without disabilities. The help consists of co-creation, laying out the digital baseline and provide training for accessibility champions.
Why we promote accessibility
Our believe is that digital equality is a human right for websites, mobile applications, and digital content. But it doesn’t stop there. We need to do it for quality, innovation, compliance, relations, user experience and much much more. An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues
How we strive for accessibility
With greatest passion we support and train people who can make that vision a reality.By providing insights and good examples in how people and technology absorb information.
For our A11Y Champion Training we offer the following materials:
What we deliver for accessibility
On a strategic level we elaborate what is necessary at which stage for the life cycles of all different company dimensions like development, procurement, testing and more.
Add these steps to your DoD
- Persona's used
- Standards followed
- User tests done
- WCAG 2.0 AA compliant
By adding these steps to your Definition of Done (DoD) it will be easier to secure accessibility in your process.
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Content Best Practices
Text align left
Centered and left aligned text are the most widely used text alignments.
How you use these text alignments can either help or harm your users when they read.
Avoiding text that is fully justified (to both left and right margins) in a way that causes poor spacing between words or characters.
Using left-justified text for languages that are written left to right and right-justified text for languages that are written right-to-left.