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SmartSimple was born in the winter of 2002 at the University of Toronto, the brain child of Michael Reid and Keith Yau.

Our first office was located in Toronto, Canada, with three employees, five users and one client.

Anatomy Of An Accessible Web Form [INFOGRAPHIC]

Anatomy Of An Accessible Web Form [INFOGRAPHIC]

 
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Ensuring that your web form is accessible to all users is critical in making the most impact with your services and philanthropic work. In this blog, we’re presenting the must-have fundamentals of creating an accessible web form. You can download the PDF version here.

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been discussing the subject of equal access for grantees with disabilities and interviewed an Accessibility Consultant to get a deeper look into the much-needed movement toward accessible technology. Inaccessible web forms create a major road block for people with disabilities to have equal access to the same resources as people without disabilities.

In effort to help organizations make their services more accessible, we’ve laid out 5 must-have elements when coding and creating web forms, and 5 highly-recommended ones.

Please download and share with others.

 
 Image of accessible web form infographic

Image of accessible web form infographic

 
 
SmartSimple Receives 2018 Gold Optimas Award For Innovation

SmartSimple Receives 2018 Gold Optimas Award For Innovation

Coding The DNA Of Web Accessibility

Coding The DNA Of Web Accessibility