The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community where member organizations and civil society work together to develop Web standards. W3C’s mission is to develop protocols and guidelines to ensure the sustainability of the long-term development of the Web.
According to the W3C, one of the Web’s social value is to enable and promote communication between individuals, commerce and the sharing of knowledge. Thus, one of the objectives of W3C is to make the Web accessible to all, regardless of the quality of their computer hardware, the software used for navigation, their network infrastructures, their language, their culture, their geographical position and their physical of mental abilities.
For more information, visit the website of the World Wide Web Consortium .
As an organization working in the Québec education sector, SRAM wants to make its website as accessible as possible to people with disabilities. We are committed to developing our website according to the Web accessibility standards defined by the W3C. We met with Québec specialists in Web accessibility during the design process of our website to do so. Those learnings are reflected, among other things, in the choice of colors, typography, texts and the positioning of information on the website.
We want to make sure to stay up to date of the best practices in Web accessibility so that everyone can benefit from a similar experience on our site. If you want to send us a comment or a suggestion, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.