Web Accessibility guarantees that people with disabilities can access the content of the internet. With the use of assistive technologies, they will be able communicate, get information and buy products and services online. Accessibility to digital content is a human right.
When we talk about web accessibility, we refer to the design, development, programming and content of a website. An accessible website is a portal that everyone can understand, perceive, surf and interact in the same manner.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) contain a series of success criteria for a website so it can be accessed by persons with different disabilities, including visual, hearing, physical, cognitive as well as by elderly adults and persons with low digital literacy.
We have evaluated the website http://www.hearcolors.com.mx/ and observed that it complies with various accessibility criteria recognizing the importance of digital inclusion and the human right to access to information.
Any accessibility project should include:
|Images with alternative texts.|
|Links, icons, and buttons with alternative texts.|
|An appropriate semantic frame .|
|Forms with clear labels.|
|The color contrasts are adequate.|
Note: Currently our site is changing, we are working on its accessibility.
The digital documents in PDF format attached to this site are accessible.
The above guidelines are based on the Accessibility Guidelines for Web Content (WCAG) 2.0 Level A of the W3C.