RealDecoy has extensive knowledge and experience with national and international accessibility standards. RealDecoy has developed innovative proprietary assessment tools to test for accessibility issues that are overlooked by commonly-used, commercially-available, accessibility testing programs.
RealDecoy staff includes experts in federal government Common Look and Feel (CLF 2.0) standards. These CLF standards incorporate the standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI). RealDecoy acts as a consultant to federal government agencies to ensure their sites’ compliance with the CLF and WAI standards. RealDecoy also has the ability to design and develop Web content that complies with U.S. government accessibility standards, as set out in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.
In short, RealDecoy’s Web accessibility experience cannot be rivaled.