Accessibility Means Equality
Accessibility and equality are closely linked because accessibility ensures that everyone receives equal treatment from organizations. You can show your customers that you care about them and stand for access and equality by providing them with documents in a format that supports them. It is essential for freedom, health, and safety. Accessibility provides a variety of accessibility options for your customers. Everyone's needs are different therefore accessibility can be your business tool to grow your business.Get free quote now
ADA Title III
Understand Your User Needs
It can sound a bit confusing and overwhelming, so let us help you find the right tools to get you started. Creating accessible documents for the web isn't that difficult with our Accessibility Assistant. Accessibility is helpful for individuals who have difficulty typing or using a mouse, are blind or have low vision, or who are deaf or hard of hearing. First, you need to understand the user needs of your website or app because these features are installed during Setup.
Visual (Blind / Color Blind)
We can help you create features and assistive technologies to support users who are blind or have low vision.
Motor/Mobility (Wheelchair-User Concerns)
We have multiple solutions that help your users with limited physical or motor abilities.
Auditory (Hearing Difficulties)
Our accessibility technologies contain multiple features to accommodate people with hearing difficulties.
Guided Access (Autism)
Guided Access Protocol helps people with autism or other attention and sensory challenges focus on a task.
Dyslexia is a disability for difficulty in reading. We can help people with dyslexia overcome some of their challenges.
Incidental (Sleep Deprivation) OR Environmental (Using a Mobile Device Underground)
Incidental interruptions like sleep deprivation and reduced focus and Environmental obstacles like having to use a mobile device underground for work reasons.
Growing Risk of Website Accessibility Litigation
Equal Access and Equal Opportunities
The ADA specified the duties of businesses and property owners to make their locations accessible to people with disabilities but was enacted before business transactions could be conducted over the Internet. With the rapid growth in Internet use, it is important that every business operating a website consider how to manage the increased risk of litigation.
We provide services for WCAG website compliance by ADA compliance, Rehabilitation Act of 1973 section 508 compliance, VPAT certification, and W3C compliance. Our websites are tested by usability testing by people with disabilities.Get free quote now
If a website is accessible to some users
If the website is accessible to most of its users
If the website is accessible to all users including people with some disabilities
Many users found it difficult to perceive a system primarily visually, OR maybe with sound or touch. Your website’s user must be able to perceive the web content.
Users should be able to operate all the components and navigate them with various tools.
Making content readable and predictable by using clear and easy-to-understand instructions.
Your website content must be accessible by various user mediums, mobile devices, web browsers, and AT.
It identifies problems and provides a solution to fix them. In addition, it provides accessibility information with error icons and indicators on the web page.
Use it to check your text and background colors to ensure that the component complies with the WCAG standards.
A free screen reader for Windows. It has a focus highlight feature that helps developers track focus objects on the screen.
Automated testing tool will identify and solve accessibility problems while developing your site. IGT allows you to complete the manual test faster without being an expert.
We do an in-depth analysis of the website before development, provide regular demos and feedback, and guide you through every step of the process to make the best decisions.
We ensure the mobile app has been tested on smartphones and validated by our team of developers and people with disabilities.
We work on popular mobile platforms such as, , and Windows, and mobile web content, as rendered on the device. We have a full library of automated and manual accessibility practices for each platform.
Throughout our project together, Think360 has delivered a quality product with a high level of service and professionalism. We required some website templates built which had more advanced requirements than most projects. Think360 was able to fulfill these requirements easily while still meeting the deadlines. We would recommend Think360 to anyone.
Product Designer for CultureCounts, culturecounts.cc
Think360 was a lifesaver. I had a bad experience with another web developer, and then I found Think360. They offered me a very reasonable price for my web development project. They were very responsive and showed me lots of progress throughout the whole project. I am very picky because I am a designer, and they always complete my picky changes with no complaints. I will be continuing to do work with them because they are so reliable, and do a great job. My website looks great on desktop, mobile, and iPads. Thanks again, Think360!
Graphic Designer, F5photo.com
Think360 team are most amazing design team with an insight that is second to none. They can design what you dream. They had all milestones completed before they were due and their communication was excellent. Looking forward to working with them again. If you want a job done to the best it can be then hire them. They made my experience unbelievable one – If there were rewards Think360 team should get one.
Entrepreneur, IGNITE Program UCC
We have worked with Think360 Studio for a period of time to Our experience has been really great and we are very grateful for their support and good work. We will surely give them a lot of jobs to fulfill and we look forward to a good long-term relationship. Thank you for your amazing support!
Internet Marketing Coach, BobSachdev.com
I have worked with Prince Pal and Think360 team for a year now. We have designed and built several websites together. We have also discussed ways of growing my online business here in Switzerland, which is proving very helpful today. The think360 team and Prince Pal have shown themselves to be fast, efficient, and friendly partners to work with. They have provided unwavering support in solving all technical challenges facing us. Prince Pal has also provided support and counsel in marketing matters and helped me think about my business targets and how to reach them. Despite the long-distance (Switzerland – India), the daily collaboration has proved very dynamic and fruitful and I hope to be able to maintain good work with think360 in the future.
Serious Entrepreneur, MarkRitchie.ch
Universal design involves creating products or environments that are usable by everyone to the greatest extent possible without a layer of customization.
Yes. Accessible design involves more than just considering the visual elements of your website. Our designers consider the functionality of users with different types of disabilities, then they implement methods and digital tools that work to meet those needs.
The contrast between the colors or the background is more important than the colors used in your design. But only colors alone should not be used to convey information. Avoid shiny elements that have a saturated red color.
No. Accessible web design is a key component of web accessibility, but it's only part of the story. Often, web developers build additional functionality into accessible web design features to help different groups of users overcome different situations and challenges.
Accessible design goes beyond helping the blind and visually impaired. For example, the inclusion of user controls in the image carousel helps ensure that the carousel animation does not negatively affect concentration for users with cognitive or neurological impairments. Another example is maintaining a logical hierarchy of headings and font sizes at the bottom of the page, which also supports users with cognitive impairments.
Of course not. Accessible web design will make your website look clean, making it easy to navigate for every user, especially those with disabilities. Ease of use is key to good design, so web accessibility actually makes web design better.
No - it is not expensive. Save time and money in the long run by taking the time to think about accessibility issues in the design phase and employ basic testing during development. It's easier to fix a problem than to copy it on every page of the website.
No - The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) provide principles and guidelines to help make websites accessible to a wide range of people. This includes people who are blind, but also people with other vision, hearing, mobility, and cognitive disabilities.
Beyond accessibility for the blind or visually impaired, what are some other benefits of accessible web design?
There are many, but one example is user controls in the image carousel, which helps ensure that the carousel animation does not negatively affect concentration for users with cognitive or neurological impairments. Another example is maintaining a logical hierarchy of headings and font sizes at the bottom of the page, which also supports users with cognitive impairments.
You can test whether your website has accessibility issues by using a combination of manual and automated accessibility tests.