At Access by Design we’ve introduced standards to ensure every website we build is open to everybody, on every device and on any browser, without needing to download plugins left, right and centre -
So it’s easy peasy >>
The importance we place on the ease of interaction between visitors and websites is above and beyond that of the majority of website design agencies. Below is an explanation of our badges to show how we stand out – and why!
Accessibility Badge Standard
Website information must be designed so that it can be accessed by viewers regardless of any disability – be it dyslexia, a visual impairment or age. As standard all of our sites can be read in the following formats - Large Print | Easy Read (dyslexia friendly) | Old-style Mobile | No Styling (screen reader-compatible for the visually impaired) | Sitemap (easy navigation) – This badge verifies the website you’re looking at has been optimised to provide accessibility for everybody – to Access by Design’s exceptional level. Follow this link to see our accessibility page for all the info you could wish for!
HTML5 Badge Standard
HTML5 is the way to write websites that allows unique and creative web-pages to be made without the need for clunky plugins. What’s more is that Google ranks HTML5 sites higher than any other (in essence that’s because it’s an easier language for Google to scan through, but jargon aside – Google will find you before your competitors). At Access – by Design, yet again, we go the extra mile, ensuring that our HTML5 sites can be read on the newest, and on the oldest browsers. With the probable 15 year life span of HTML5, this really is future-proofing your site. Follow this link for more info.
Responsive Badge Standard
As a creative Chichester web designer, we have spent the last few months developing our site using the very latest in design and coding techniques. Try looking at our website on your smartphone, and compare the design to how it appears on your monitor… Clever isn’t it? We call it responsive web design and we reckon it’s going to revolutionise the way websites will be designed in the future. For more info and an exciting (fetch the popcorn) video, just follow this link.