An accessibility mindset is key to successful accessibility compliance
At iSoftStone, accessibility is never an afterthought. It’s baked into our software delivery cycles from beginning to end, and our design and engineering teams have the experience, certification, and empathy necessary to make sure that your solutions deliver the best experience possible for all your users.
We are engaged in industry and government standards like Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Section 508 compliance. We follow and adhere to accessibility best practices, and we have a “develop and design for accessibility” mindset that is applied to all our projects.
Designing for users
Your customers are what’s most important to you, so they matter to us too. Designing solutions that create a great user experience for all your users is what we do. Our design teams are experts with all accessibility standards around color, content layout and architecture, navigation, and forms and controls.
Developing for assistive technology
iSoftStone’s accessibility engineers are experts at developing solutions that work seamlessly with Assistive Technology (AT). The result is a great experience for users with disabilities that rely on various forms of AT to help them get what they need done efficiently. We know the technology necessary that meets accessibility standards across all disability types.
Empathy is at the core
We can have the best designers and the most experienced developers that are the most knowledgeable about accessibility standards and best practices, but still miss the mark with accessibility. Empathy for users is at the root of everything we deliver at iSoftStone. We always ask, “How will this experience benefit someone using AT?” The answer to that question informs how we work, and drives us toward delivering quality solutions.
Do’s and don’ts for accessibility
Having a hard time getting started developing and designing for accessibility? Even after reading a lot of information about accessibility compliance, it can still be a daunting task knowing how and where to start.
We have created a five-part Do's and Don'ts for Accessibility series to help you get started. These one-page graphics provide a simple reminder of things to consider when developing and designing with accessibility in mind. Feel free to use and share these helpful guides by clicking the button below.