- Themes: Assistance offered / Universal Design Principles
- Categories: Equitability / Reading assistance / Visual assistance
- Services: Electronic parcel locker / Food delivery service / Multimodal route planner / Other / Ride or car-sharing
- Users: Designer / Developer
Seek compliance with the highest level of WCAG accessibility guidelines
The W3C (World Wide Web Consortium initiative) guidelines can be considered the main reference for developers who want to receive clear guidance and technical details about coding any digital content in compliance with accessibility regulations. Reaching at least the AA level is mandatory for all web-pages since 2020 and it mainly implies a responsible and structured coding to ensure basic accessibility and enable all people living with low to heavy impairments to interact and operate with web-based contents. Web-pages shall be coded in a way that is readable by assistive technologies which role is that of “translating” contents and offering tailored interaction options to specific users.