W3C Accessibility Website

W3C (www (world wide web) consortium) develops standards and recommendation on how the web should be used. Part of the W3C remit is to recommend how information should be presented to end users in a format that includes as many users as possible. That basically means accessibility standards, things like allowing your content to be reviewed in different font sizes, picture tagging, voice browser compatibility and more.

W3C accessibility is split into a number of compliance levels depending the web accessibility standards required by the client - very few projects need to be fully compliant. The lower levels of compliance are generally related to following simple code standards, the higher level 3 WC3 full compliance involves more work to achieve throughout a project.

W3C Accessibility Web Development London Since 1998

Minuco was founded in Camden Town in 1998 and has been providing professional web design and development ever since, our design studios are now based in Bloomsbury central London between Covent Garden and Holborn.