Website accessibility experts

Website accessibility means making the web equally usable by everyone.

For example, when accessing websites, people with visual and motor-skill impairments rely on specialised keyboards and software that convert online text to speech, and websites need to accommodate that.

To ensure that the entire community can access the web, including people with a variety of disabilities, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) produces the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which web developers can follow to ensure that their websites are accessible to people with disabilities, fulfilling the requirements of the Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Act in Australia.

Learn more about what accessibility is.

Accessibility testing

Webdragon accessibility logo Webdragon is a web accessibility expert.

We help our clients understand the accessibility issues they may face internally and with their customers, and work towards solutions together.

Webdragon addresses WCAG compliance from the beginning using world-first technology. Webdragon's software automatically examines each webpage's structure and ensures its usability for sighted and non-sighted users. This innovation can be integrated into existing web management systems to help corporations big and small to avoid legal problems with cost-effective support.

Learn more about Webdragon's accessibility testing.