The team over at Nomensa have compiled an accessibility report on websites of the companies in the FTSE 100.
Only 24 sites achieve the minimum level of accessibility – and none go beyond that to double A or triple A standards. Out of those 24 sites that met some level of accessibility (single A standard), two companies stood out from the rest: the Daily Mail & General Trust and Xstrata. In fact, these two organisations only failed to reach the next level by one checkpoint.
This report just goes to highlight the importance of the new WaSP ATF Manifesto statement
I just hope big business start to get the message.
Either that or we could just send Bruce Lawson round with a baseball bat and and a hockey mask to kick some ass.