First and foremost because it is a legal requirement, secondly it is courteous and inclusive, and last but not least, because it makes good business sense.

An inaccessible website costs more to run than its accessible counterpart. Having an accessible website reduces the time taken to maintain the site considerably.

If your web site is selling for your business, your revenue can be increased substantially by making sure that everyone can buy from you without encountering difficulty. Providing an accessible website is simply common sense.

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We can help you by testing your sites or applications to make sure that everyone can access them, regardless of their ability. The only way you can be sure that your website is serving the whole community in the way you intended is to test it.

And that is where we come in..

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Perth Web Accessibility Meet-up
The Perth Web Accessibility Meet-up held its regular meeting at the Milk & Honey Café on James Street in Northbridge on Tuesday, August 18th. The Perth Web Accessibility Meet-up is held on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:30 a.m., at the Milk & Honey Café, 82 James Street, Northbridge. Join us. Continue reading more about "Perth Web Accessibility Meet-up"

Web Accessibility Camp 2015 Wrap Up
The Perth Web Accessibility Camp was held on Wednesday, 22 July 2015 and saw a record number of 121 attendees. Everyone had a great day, learned valuable lessons, enjoyed the company and felt that the day was well spent. Continue reading more about "Web Accessibility Camp 2015 Wrap Up"