Website accessibility aims to ensure inclusive access to your digital storefront. Following Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) will remove many barriers to visitors that make content hard to access. Colour contrast testing, large fonts, page structure, screen reader-friendly content, use of plain language, and other considerations make your website more accessible to a wide range of people with disabilities. The result ensures that more of your customers (or potential customers) can find what they need on your website. 


When you consider that roughly 15% of the world’s population (more than 1 billion people) have some form of disability, the importance of accessibility in web design seems pretty obvious. But if those involved in the website’s creation are not directly affected by a disability, accessibility can sometimes be an afterthought.

Kyle Kelly
Senior Developer

Nearly 1.5 million Canadians are at risk of overexposure to the sun due to their working conditions. Our team joined forces with the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) to help develop and design a sun safety website, raising awareness and building interactive toolkits to address this major occupational health hazard.

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