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WCAG compliant

As Applandeo, we specialize in implementing WCAG standards on the web and mobile applications. We help you increase the accessibility and intuitiveness of your system. We adapt it to the current WCAG regulations.

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WCAG is becoming a big deal in the European Union

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, or WCAG set design standards that create a more inclusive environment on the web, so you don’t alienate your end-users, or even harm their health.

The European Accessibility Act is a non-discrimination law that applies to public and some of the private businesses, and aims to reduce the barriers that people with disabilities might face when accessing digital content, product, and services.

The law has to be adopted by the EU countries by June 2022 and enforced by July 2025. Also, an institution erected by the EU will impose a fine for public and private entities that will not adapt WCAG regulations by 2025.

Download the e-book to learn more about WCAG and how to avoid the penalties. What else you’ll find there:

  • What WCAG is and why it matters
  • The legal side of WCAG
  • Web Accessibility – pillars and structure
  • Essential criteria for accessibility levels: A, AA, AAA
  • Summary – a full list of WCAG standards for each level

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Don’t alienate your potential customers!

According to the United Nations, the EU is home to around 100 million, compared to almost 1 billion people with disabilities worldwide. It means that 1/7 of the population is facing various difficulties with using the Internet. Therefore, thanks to the implementation of WCAG, you not only comply with the law but also reach a wider audience, thus helping other users. Following these guidelines is a good practice for developers and business leaders not to alienate potential customers and it is becoming essential to successful web content.

Benefits of implementing the WCAG standards:

  • you increase trust in an institution, company or other entity.
  • you reach a wider group of users.
  • you act in accordance with social responsibility.
  • you make websites more intuitive, user-friendly and readable for most users.
  • you fight against digital exclusion of people with disabilities, the elderly and others.
  • as a public entity you fulfill a legal requirement.

Do you want to be up to date with WCAG requirements? Get our E-book!

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