We routinely test websites and applications we develop for accessibility, ensuring they are usable by users of all different abilities. This includes users with visual impairments who rely on high contrast or screen reading software to access content, or who rely only on a keyboard or spoken commands for navigation. 

We aim to adhere to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level AA standards with all our web development.

Canadian Conservation Institute Results

The Canadian Conservation Institute Library Catalogue and Staff Bibliography meets Web Content Accessibility 2.0 Guidelines.

Examples

The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) in Ottawa, a long-time Andornot client, required a new version of their bilingual online catalogue and staff bibliography that would pass the strict requirements of W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). Andornot helped CCI boost the requirement into an opportunity to add new features, including facets, multi-database search, spelling suggestions, and faster search performance. These features were delivered with the Andornot Discovery Interface. Read more in this blog post.

Tools

The Andornot Discovery Interface in particular has been developed with accessibility as a core component.

The VuFind discovery interface is considered quite acessible.

Any website we design or build with the Umbraco CMS can be made accessible.

Contact us to make your web interface ready for the mobie web, screen readers, high contrast needs users and all others.

Related Projects

Learn more about Andornot's mobile and accessibility work in these blog posts:

Canadian Conservation Institute Launches Andornot Discovery Interface

Checking for accessibility problems