Web accessibility refers to how easily people with disabilities can navigate and interact with websites. Disabilities may be physical (such as blindness, low vision, deafness, or fine motor skills difficulty), or cognitive (such as dyslexia or attention deficit disorder). People with disabilities often use assistive technologies to help them navigate the web. An assistive technology is any device that helps a person with a disability. Common web assistive technologies include modified mouse or trackball devices and keyboards, screen readers, braille readers, and screen magnifiers.
Web accessibility occurs when websites support web accessibility standards, are compatible with assistive technologies, and are easy for people to navigate and understand. At Relation, we follow web accessibility standards closely and design our products with empathy to enable and empower users with disabilities. Accessibility is an integral part of our development life cycle.
We openly report our compliance through our VPAT (Voluntary Product Accessibility Template). Please contact us if you are interested in receiving a copy.