Traditionally accessibility focused on specific groups of users, but inclusive design recognises that all of us, at different times in our lives, will be in situations where we benefit from inclusive design features of online services.
To achieve this we partner closely with our clients, offering strategic guidance and expertise, to ensure that inclusive accessibility is considered at each step in the development lifecycle.
Inclusive Design Services
In order to provide good usability for users with disabilities it is necessary to examine accessibility objectives throughout the earliest stages of strategy and design. When accessibility is factored in at the heart of your strategy, inclusive design is the result.
Designing great accessible experiences requires prompt access to trusted best practise information, recommendations and advice. Technocrat can connect you with inclusive design experts with the world class expertise and disability experience you need.
Inclusive Education Strategies
Content Creation Training
For inclusive accessibility to be sustainable, it is important to develop in-house capability, skills, processes, and systems to create and maintain pages and content. These courses can be provided in person, or online.
We work with your in-house developers so they know how to embody inclusive design approaches to site changes and extensions. These courses can be tailored to the specific needs.
Inclusive Design Workshops
One of the biggest barriers to accessibility for organisations is achieving support and buy-in across all levels. The main reason for this is a lack of true appreciation of why inclusive design matters. Technocrat conduct specialist courses to provide the why of inclusive design to needs specific to your organisation.
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