Website and PDF Accessibility Conformance

IT Services since 2002

What is Web Accessibility?

The question you need to ask is:

“Can ALL people, including persons with disabilities, access the information that your website provides?”


Top 10 Concerns from Persons with Disabilities

  1. Unable to Skip Adobe Flash and Moving Objects
  2. Small Font Sizes or Insufficient Colour Contrast
  3. No Alternatives for Non-text Information
  4. Website Structure is Too Complicated to Understand and/or Navigate Using Assistive Tools
  5. Difficulties in Browsing Websites with Background Audio
  6. Websites with Outdated Text Versions
  7. For Time-limited Functions, the Time Allowed is Too Short
  8. Volume Bars are Difficult to Control
  9. Ambiguous Links for Screen Readers
  10. Difficulties in Accessing Portable Document Format (PDF)

Ref: HKSAR Government OGCIO Web Accessibility Handbook


Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme


The scheme is co-organised by the Office of Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) while the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) serves as the independent advisor.


By incorporating web accessibility designs, organisations would:

  • Comply with the legal requirement on protection against disability discrimination
  • Fulfill social responsibility and project positive corporate image
  • Reach more customers by making online services easy-to-use and easy-to-search by everyone
  • Make online services easier-to-maintain by adopting the good coding practices of web accessibility design
  • Contribute to building a caring and inclusive society


Ref: Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme


AI Solution Scope of Service:

  • Gap Analysis
  • Design and Development
  • Maintenance
  • Testing
  • PDF File Optimization
  • Training for Web Content Developer on Web Accessibility Conformance