your free guide to understanding web accessibility legislation requirements

We're asked to do so much more online than ever before. Essential communications are being delivered in a digital-first way right now. So the accessibility of your website should be on your mind.

Around 10% of the world's population is living with a disability. That means potential barriers to online content exist for 650 million people! And that's not considering other factors. Including people who lack the digital skill required to use the internet.

In this guide

We've put together this free guide - ‘Web accessibility legislation: are you covered?’.

In it, we look at actions that you can take to kick start your efforts to becoming more digitally inclusive. Steps outlined in the guide are in line with international standards - the POUR principles. (Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust.)

The POUR principles are used by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) to set the international standards for web accessibility. They are also set out in WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines).

This guide will help you:

  • discover some website improvements that you can make now
  • help you achieve accessibility for a wide range of visitors
  • help you on your way to conforming with WCAG standards

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