Ask us if you do not see your website and e-commerce development language here because one of the experts on our team has had some associated experience with the language you need. Website and e-commerce development today cannot happen in a vacuum. We have the focus on team work, the qualified staff, and experience to integrate your website and e-commerce development into your operations and inventory systems for seamless customer experiences.
Team FabCom’s Accessibility Statement for Building Section 508 Compliant Websites.
As a truly integrated advertising agency, we have been building community resource, education, government, health and wellness and online information portals, public awareness campaigns, community websites and multi-channel awareness campaigns since the dawn of the internet. Those of us serving this niche within our communities must also adopt a greater responsibility to the constantly emerging capabilities to best serve all who seek public information within our communities.
You can count on the web design, web development and online user experience teams at FabCom to deploy the latest in best practices for your industry niche. We help our clients address best practices when handling financial information, personal information, HIPAA compliance, e-commerce security or just good old fashion wisdom in handling sensitive data streams within smart, simple, accessible and yet secure interfaces.
You can depend on the cross discipline work of our integrated online implementation teams to ensure we are bringing the best of business strategy, creative strategies and new technology to address the emerging online compliance and regulatory issues surrounding Section 508 or addressing the VPAT when updating your next website, or working through W3C current web standards as practices emerge.
See below for a quick list of top accessibility resources we leverage.
Accessibility Plug-in File Viewers
Adobe Acrobat to read (PDF) files
Adobe Flash Player
(SWF) require Adobe Flash Player
(.zip) files require the WinZip, to open and extract
Please also find below a helpful checklist Uncle Sam has created as a common set of accessibility standards our web development teams work within.
HHS Section 508 Accessibility checklists
The checklists below are the official HHS Accessibility checklists. When working to adhere to 508 guidelines and preparing an electronic document that will be posted online or distributed via e-mail, whether it’s an internal document or an external document, it is now best to follow the Section 508 guidelines. The below checklists are provisional, as of November 2013 and the latest posted on the GSA.gov website.
Our web development teams also recommend using the following web browser / screen reader combinations for an optimized and accessible experience:
For Windows users:
JAWS and Internet Explorer
NVDA and Firefox
For MAc users:
VoiceOver and Safari
For Mobile users:
VoiceOver for the iPhone
TalkBack for Android devices