Being online and
feeling right at home
We could have translated this text automatically, but you'd soon have realized it if we had.
There's something that your users perceive in a flash: the care that you take over the interface of your website.
We know that a user who struggles to use the interface is a client you'll soon lose.
This is why the ergonomics of your project have to be inclusive and accessible.
An inclusive interface is one that is close to the user's sensibility, with clear, consistent content, featuring translations done properly by native speakers, with respect for equality and gender orientation.
Implementing accessibility solutions means making it possible for people with disabilities to use your site, adapting the interface to their abilities in compliance with the UNI EN 301549 and AgID criteria – for example, support for voice assistants, and tools to facilitate reading and keyboard navigation.
The result is a comfortable user experience, which is surely the best calling card for what it is that you do.
Our quality model
Analysis of audience and level of accessibility
Implementation of improvements and tests
Audits and Declarations of Accessibilty
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