Accessible design review

Building in accessibility from the start can save valuable time on any project.

A design review can highlight visual aspects of the design that may need to be considered for accessibility, such as colour contrast and positioning. It also provides us with the opportunity to anticipate common accessibility pitfalls and provide timely guidance on creating the most accessible experience for your customers.

 

This can be done for a desktop website and native apps.

How will this help?

 

Building in accessibility from the start of a project saves development time further down the road. Saving both time and resources making changes that otherwise may not be picked up until the end of a project.

What do you get?

 

A report to include:
  • A WCAG 2.1 AA audit covering all design aspects.
  • Component support with recommendations of common accessibility pitfalls and elements to consider when building for your developers

Virgin Atlantic consultancy & training

We have been working in partnership with RNIB to help Virgin Atlantic ensure that their website is accessible.

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The support and expertise that we received was outstanding. We'd worked with other agencies but knew that we wanted to work with Grant, who not only helped us to understand where we were but also worked with us to create a roadmap to providing an inclusive experience for more of our customers. A comprehensive approach to accessibility is critical and that is what Dig Inclusion consistently delivers.

David Wilton, Head of Digital, Direct Protection Marketing, Legal & General

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