A Partnership with Human Made

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I’m really pleased to announce a new partnership between Coolfields Consulting and leading WordPress agency Human Made to provide accessibility reviews for their clients.

Who are Human Made?

Human Made LogoHuman Made was formed in 2010 by Tom Willmot and his brother Joe, and they have quickly secured their position as one of the premier WordPress development agencies in the UK. They are one of only two WordPress.com VIP agencies in the UK.

Despite being initially based in the UK Human Made now have a presence in Europe, the USA and South America. Human Made work with large clients such as Yell, Sony Ericsson, Pay Pal, The Guardian and the Chicago Tribune. Their WordPress sites are often complex and support high volumes of traffic.

I’m especially pleased to be working with Tom and his team at Human Made. To me its shows that large development companies are really beginning to take web accessibility seriously, and understand the benefits that it can bring to them and their clients through increased market penetration.

Accessibility Reviews

The accessibility reviews that I will be carrying out will typically be based on the globally accepted web accessibility guidelines (WCAG 2.0) published by the World Wide Web Consortium. Where required, I can also test against other standards or against country specific accessibility legislation. I’ll write a detailed report outlining accessibility issues found, and suggesting ways to overcome any issues found.

Like to know more?

Most business websites have accessibility issues which can make it difficult or even impossible for some people to use them. If you’d like to find out how an accessibility review can enable more of your potential customers to access your website, then please call us on 01483 856613 or email accessibility-check@coolfields.co.uk

 

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