There are over 285 million people in the world with some form of visual impairment, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This represents a large group of people who often encounter significant obstacles to accessing the information published on web sites and in documents.
With the December 2014 deadline for the Web Accessibility National Transition Strategy for WCAG 2.0 AA, and web accessibility being a key supporting requirement for the Government’s e-Government and the Digital Economy policy, many organizations are realizing that failing to accommodate people with disabilities can result in fines, penalties, and expensive litigation.
You recognize the need for providing accessible documents, but how do you get there?
Our white paper Five Key Steps to a Successful Document Accessibility Program guides you through a proven methodology and is a must-read if you want to know how to develop and implement your own document accessibly program.
You will learn:
- How to conduct a discovery to help you identify the scope of your accessibility problems
- Things to consider when developing the internal policies and processes designed to ensure your document accessibility problems are resolved, monitored and enforced
- The required steps for remediating existing documents
- What you can do to ensure your documents are accessible prior to publishing on your website
- The different options for auditing your documents for compliance