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Welcome to Digital Accessibility

Written by Simon Leadbetter, published on

Scaramanga launch Digital Accessibility to mark Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2024.

Digital Accessibility by Scaramanga above an illustration of open door on a solid blue background

We are great supporters of all things A11y, including Global Accessibility Awareness Day, founded by Joe Devon and Jennison Asuncion.

A11y is all about promoting accessibility and fostering a more inclusive digital environment for all – something we want to encourage all businesses to get on board with.

So, launching Digital Accessibility on GAAD 2024 was a no brainer. It’s designed for website owners, product managers, technical/developer teams, and the digitally curious, empowering people to create digital experiences accessible to all users.

We’ve developed a range of packages, including accessibility audits and workshops, designed for both technical teams and content creators to equip them with the knowledge and tools needed to create accessible digital experiences.

There is the Digital Accessibility Charter which we encourage everyone – brands, web agencies and developers – to sign up to in order to underline their commitment to accessibility, so that, together, we can create a digital landscape where everyone has equal access and opportunity.

Last, but not least, this website is AAA compliant

We wanted to show that it’s an achievable standard, as well as practice what we preach.

If you’d like to find out more, give me a ring on 020 4505 8420. My name is Simon Leadbetter and I’m the “Accessibility Guy” at Digital Accessibility.

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