Digital Accessibility in Transport & Tourism

Hand pointing at a map of a railway system

Although physical accessibility in tourist and transport vehicles and areas is slowly improving and general awareness is growing, digital accessibility shouldn’t be overlooked. People with disabilities are not able to find information about accessible transportation or visitor experiences if they can’t use your website.

Digital Accessibility Laws Around the World

Colourful pins stuck into a map

Although there are a number of places who have adopted different standards into their accessibility laws, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines remain the most well-known and have been named as the guidelines to follow in countries all around the world. This blog contains an overview of what digital accessibility regulations look like worldwide.

Understanding the POUR Principles of Accessibility

Perceivable, Operable, Understandable, Robust

The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are internationally agreed upon standards established to help content authors and developers create web content – whether a website, web application, or other digital technology – with accessibility in mind. There are four main guiding principles of accessibility upon which the WCAG have been built.