Does your website work for everyone?

Developing a digital offering with different users in mind.

 

For a website to be truly inclusive, it must be able to be accessed and understood by a range of people.

In tune with the latest trends in web development, our team knew exactly what to do when Artlink Hull needed a new website with increased functionality and accessibility.

Following the internationally recognised Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), we created an innovative site for the art charity that:

– Offers enhanced functionality
– Can be understood by different audiences
– Can be presented in different ways
– Has content that is easily distinguishable

Kenn Taylor, the Director of Artlink Hull, said:

“We’re really pleased to have a brand-new website that better reflects what we do as an organisation and will be more user-friendly for visitors and audiences. It has been great to work with Sowden & Sowden to achieve it.

“This new site looks great and follows the latest guidelines to ensure it is accessible to a greater number of users. It will be a superb showcase of what Artlink Hull does.”

With a September 2019 EU Web Accessibility Directive set to pressure public sector bodies to make their digital offering more accessible, many organisations are now taking steps to ensure their sites can be used by as many people as possible.

If you want your site to be inclusive, not exclusive, get in touch to find out how we can help.

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