Accessibility doesn’t have to be hard. We train and coach teams to design interfaces that are usable by everyone.
That’s how we make accessibility accessible.
From evaluating your products against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 to usability testing with people with varying abilities, we can help you find out how accessible your products are.
We help teams in tailored sessions to increase their capabilities to design and build more accessible products.
Organisations we’ve worked with
Throughout the years, I’ve conducted several usability tests with disabled people. They are a great way to evaluate the accessibility of the interface. In this article, I share some of the things you need to keep in mind when conducting usability tests with disabled people.
Content discovery is an essential part of content design. Doing research at the start of a project also enables us to produce content that meets our users’ needs and matches their mental models.
This article describes a prototyping technique that every content designer can use to do discovery themselves.
The new website for KIT Royal Tropical Institute has won the award for ’Best Site’ at the Automattic Design Awards.