The introduction of many different device types and sizes (not to mention platforms and capacity) has pushed the user community to surface content on the most convenient device for them, which is most often the mobile phone or tablet.
In the UK, 11% of adults have some form of disability meaning that a non-accessible approach to portal and web design is cutting out a potential 11% user base, not to mention the proportion of the work force that uses assisted technologies. The same issues plague this area as they do for responsive design. Our goal is to ensure that the latest WCAG 2.0 standards are capable of being implemented in all of our designs.
We are doing this by working closely with and taking guidance from the Digital Accessible Centre to ensure that the next round of portals and web applications conform as required. The Digital Accessibility Centre are a social enterprise that ensure that all of their testers have disabilities so when assistive technologies are used to review and audit the sites you can be assured that a pass truly is a pass.
We have been working on web development since the beginning. Our team of experts have experience in almost every language available and we are constantly striving to stay ahead of the curve. Whether you are looking to see which frameworks suit your development style, or need work in a specific language or framework, we have you covered. Server-side or client-side, let us help you succeed.
Some of the frameworks & languages we work with are below. If you don't see what you're looking for, please feel free to contact us.