- Develop website templates that emphasize color contrast, logical heading order, and repeatable elements that can be customized.
- Coding should be done to ensure the pages can be read by a variety of input and output devices, such as keyboards and screen readers.
- Incorporate an equivalent text for all non-textual elements (such as the “alt text” for images or the transcript for videos).
Several methods are used to measure our site regularly, such as browser plug-ins, external vendor assessments, and our own testing of individual pages by our Global IT Accessibility team. As guidelines change and technology evolves, accessibility is ensured with this continuous approach. While some of our pages may have occasional accessibility errors, we consider our overall site and platform to meet Level AA conformance. If you see any errors on the site or have any suggestions on how to make it more accessible, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meg World incorporates accessibility into technology and content design in addition to building new pages of megworldtech.com. We design a work experience to develop a culture of belonging for all employees, personally and professionally, as well as to contribute to a culture of equality. Accessibility in the workplace is an important part of this effort in order to make the workplace accessible to persons with disabilities, both hidden and visible, so they can succeed.
Meg World empowers individuals with disabilities every day.