Towards an accessible internet.

AnySurfer offers advice, auditing, and training to help you create accessible websites, documents and apps. Follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and improve your services for all visitors, including those who have low vision, are hard of hearing, or have difficulties using a mouse or keyboard.

Self-service terminals and kiosks

Accessible devices in public spaces should provide different interaction mechanisms. Designers and developers have to take into account environmental factors, the accessibility of the device itself and provide an adaptable user interface.

Accessible drop down menus

A main navigation with expandable levels is compact, gives users an overview of all pages, and allows to go quickly to a specific page.

Keyboard navigation

All website functionality must be usable by keyboard. This means, among other things, that all links and form fields must be accessible by tab key and usable with the enter key.

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Since 2001 we help organisations to improve digital accessibility. Some of our clients: