What is digital accessibility?
"Web accessibility means that people with disabilities can use the Web. More specifically, Web accessibility means that the Web is designed so that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with it effectively, as well as create and contribute content to the Web. Web accessibility also benefits people without disabilities, for example older people with changing abilities due to ageing.
Web accessibility addresses all disabilities, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological disabilities."
Source : Introduction to Web Accessibility
At Docaposte, green IT is at the core of our CSR policies, which is built to respond to 3 major problems:
- Working to ensure inclusion
- Managing our environmental impact
- Putting ethics at the core of all our actions
Docaposte adopts a global approach to inclusivity as part of our commitments. Our committment is shown (in our work) on our website that caters towards accessibility to guarantee a simple experience for all.
We consider the rights of every person to be able to benefit from the best service we can provide, regardless of their physical or mental abilities, their equipment/hardware or purpose on the Web.
Our website from the beginning has adhered to the strict norms and standards. It is also updated regularly.
In order to ensure long-lasting actions towards accessibilty, we have launched a few initiatives:
- An inventory of the website via an accessbility check with WCAG 2.1AA
- Raising awareness and training our teams
- Taking into account accessibility from the beginning of our web projects
- Support from accessbility experts