The Digital Accessibility Centre (DAC) works with clients to create digital media that is accessible to all members of a population and meets best practice accessibility standards and legislation.
DAC has over 30 years’ testing experience, working with clients such as Channel 4 and Nationwide on an on-going basis, and with many local authorities and non-profit organisations. They themselves are a non-profit organisation and a social enterprise, with a team who are passionate about digital inclusion.
Working to the most up-to-date standards, such as the AA level of the W3C Web content accessibility guidelines version 2 (WCAG2.0), much of DAC’s work is customised to individual requirements. They offer a personalised and flexible service, including design consultancy with imagery/wireframe review, template testing/review, audit and accreditation, consultancy/surgeries, user testing, training/workshops and policy creation/review.
All of the DAC user testing team have a disability and know first-hand whether something is accessible to them or not. So whether they are looking at your website, intranet, internal application, mobile app, electronic TV programme guide or even a remote control, this robust testing allows them to be confident in their test results and reporting, and gives organisations peace of mind that they are accessible to all your customers.
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