WCAG and Section 508 guidelines require documents to be accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. However, the standards by which documents are judged to be WCAG, or Section 508 compliant, varies greatly between federal agencies and corporations.
For example, accessible document guidelines vary significantly between U.S. Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Veteran’s Administration (VA). When selecting a WCAG or Section 508 documents accessibility expert, it is important to select a firm which has worked with many different federal agencies.
Document accessibility is far more complicated than simply using the automated accessibility checks built into Adobe, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Our document accessibility experts also identify and repair issues stemming from color contrast, properties information, image placing, alternate text, table formatting, heading styles, nesting, bullet points, spacing considerations, hyperlinks, logical reading order, and more!
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