I attended a webinar hosted by OPIN and SiteImprove that discussed basic accessibility in Canda and new laws coming into effect. In June of this year, the Accessible Canada Act: Bill C-81 was passed, and through attendance of this webinar, I hoped to find what exactly this meant for our neighbors on the web.
Lately, we’ve been working on updating a variety of sites and focusing on accessible content, design, and media. When going through some of our tasks, we uncovered a tricky accessibility compliance item: logos. Now they’re not tricky in the sense that we don’t know what to do with them, but they’re tricky because there is more than one method to solving their accessibility.
At Hook 42 we value inclusivity in all aspects of our business. From the people we hire to the products we build, creating a space that is accessible to everyone is important to us.
The Hook 42 approach to design creates the most appropriate experience to connect your website with your most valuable asset, humans.