'Web 4 all': Equal access across all differences.
Web Accessibility and Usability are about ensuring that information distributed on the web is accessible to everyone regardless of their ability, disability, age, technological access, language and geographical location. "Web 4 All" promotes digital inclusion at the University of Southampton through a process set up to deliver web products that are accessible, usable and enjoyable to use.
A Manual Accessibility Test of your website requires a good level of knowledge of the W3C WCAG guidelines. However, there are some simple techniques and tools that you can use while testing your site for accessibility. They are free and do not require any downloading.
Do you want to know how to comply with guidelines on Web Accessibility and Usability? Check out our tips on the "Creating accessible content" section of this site.
Either if you need to build a complete new web site, web application or have a new feature on an existing site, you need to start with a business case. This will help us to make a better assessment of your requirements.
"Web 4 All" aims to implement Web Accessibility and Usability at the University of Southampton through the development and publishing processes of our web products.