KanHan's Milestone of Turning Websites into more Accessible (WCAG 2.0)

(Hong Kong, 31 Jan 2013)

Towards end 2012, KanHan Technologies Limited (KanHan) has successfully helped retrofit over 50 government websites to be WCAG 2.0 Level AA compliant in accordance with W3C recommendations. Leveraging on the years of experience in web accessibility technology development, KanHan is able to re-group and mobilize our diligent workforce swiftly providing the WCAG rectification services in volume meeting the deadline set by Office of the Government Information Office at end of 2012.

Example of successful cases:

1. Social Welfare Department

 

2. Labour and Welfare Bureau

Social Welfare Department webpage Labour and Welfare Bureau webpage
   

3. Police Force

 

4. Food and Environmental Hygiene Department

Police Force webpage Food and Environmental Hygiene Department webpage

Many major departments have already chosen KanHan's services, click here for more information.

Our service includes:

  • Half-day workshop presenting the analysis and suggestions to comply with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and judging criteria.
  • Preparing service requirements and specification for client's consideration in addressing the rectification needs
  • Use of scanning tool, visual review and failed case testing for compliance with WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
  • Provide detail analysis report containing evaluation on compliant criteria, summary and recommended actions.
  • Rectify and re-organize the website format and design in conformance to WCAG 2.0 Level AA requirements.
  • Rectification services on PDF, UNICODE migration, image and video to conform to WCAG2.0 guidelines.
  • Migrate aging websites to WCAG ready Content Management System based web structure ensuring future content compliance
  • Enhance Text version website according WCAG 2.0 guidelines.

KanHan is pleased to provide analysis and rectification service to businesses and organizations including private sector, non-government organizations (NGOs), academia and quasi-government organizations intending to participate in the Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme co-organized by The Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) and the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC).

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