Web accessible HTML

Web accessible HTML

How WCAG2.0 compliant are your publications?

The Australian government through the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) has mandated that by December 2014, all government websites should conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Level AA (WCAG2.0).
We work with you to ensure your online publications comply with the WCAG2.0 requirements. We apply WCAG2.0 principles, ensuring that websites are perceivable, operable, understandable and robust (POUR).
The examples below demonstrate how your publications can conform to the WCAG2.0 Guidelines, organized around the four POUR principles.

What do we do?

We convert your print ready PDF, with all its graphs, tables, images, formulae and text, to WCAG2.0 compliant web pages. We work with you to publish this content using your own web design and web templates.

We can deliver your print PDF in alternative digital formats so that you can meet your mobile requirements, e.g. ePUB for Apple and Android devices and Mobi for Amazon Kindle.

We can also provide web accessible PDF or RTF.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines  http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20/


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