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Accessibility champions

Code Enigma ensures websites make effective use of accessible communication formats (like large text or audio descriptions) to promote online inclusivity.

For every single project we take on, we consider the design of products, devices, services, or environments for people with a diverse range of hearing, movement, sight, and cognitive abilities. Also, those who simply need a slightly different user experience. This could include:

  • The elderly
  • People with low literacy
  • New or infrequent users
  • Those with a temporary issue 
  • Those times when you don’t want to play audio and you need a text version
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We want to work with you to help instil an inclusive mindset; ensuring your website provides the best experience for as many people as possible.

Accessibility should be continually monitored as your website grows and changes. Repeat audits are advised to ensure you’re up-to-date.

We start with a consultation to assess all the different types of content you have and agree on a list of pages to audit. We think about how users might access your service and how they perceive, understand, navigate and interact with your site. We produce this information in a report and design and implement our recommendations.

We work with you, where legally required, to comply with WCAG standards.

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Accessibility Statement

As part of your accessibility audit we’ll write an accessibility statement to publish on your site. It will explain how accessible your site is and make it clear for users with any kind of disability how they can best use your site.