At Siteimprove we work with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as an essential part of the growth we experience in our three main markets in the UK, USA and in Denmark. A lot of initiatives have already been introduced, for instance we work hard to contribute to a higher degree of Web Accessibility on public and private websites. We wish to minimize our carbon footprint and offer our employees a sound and exciting working environment, in order to encourage employees to create new and even better Web Governance solutions for our customers.
Archive: March, 2013
Web professionals looking to improve their website accessibility using Siteimprove tools are finding that they have more issues in Quality Assurance, than they had in the former SiteCheck, but they are unsure of why.
You may think you don’t need to do that? After all, you can find content without doing so. It is essential that you use the internal search regularly. Your search page transforms and looks different depending on which search term you use. Users on your website might view a search result page that you have never seen yourself.
And what does it mean for you?
What does it mean for you?
The term “Accessibility” is often used broadly, but there is a clear definition of what we mean: ensuring that as many users as possible can navigate and comprehend a website.