Great accessible experiences are critical to your business
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.
Our trainers can create content-rich course material that include hands-on learning to ensure your teams are proficient and confident in accessibility standards. The content we develop can be tailored for specific roles including developers and testers, designers, and content creators.
If you’re not sure where to start, we have accessibility SMEs that can meet with your leadership to develop a plan to get you moving forward. We will review the state of your business as it relates to accessibility compliance and make recommendations on how you can get started in a way that aligns with your schedule, budget, and business needs.
Document and collateral
As a leader in accessibility compliance, iSoftStone prides itself in generating content that helps businesses remain accessibly relevant and compliant. We can create compliance guidelines, reference material, and other assets constructed to specific roles or scenarios within your business that can be leveraged to not just allow you to meet accessibility guidelines, but help you remain accessibly compliant for the long-term.
How mature is your business?
How can you know if your business is mature from an accessibility perspective? Are you and your teams doing the right things to be set up for success?
iSoftStone’s Accessibility Maturity Model can help you determine where your business lands regarding accessibility compliance in three areas: general business, people, and processes. Go ahead and download it and check it out. It’s free, and we won’t even make you complete a form and give us your information.