Designing for accessibility is one way we're delivering products that provide a high-quality user experience for everyone.
Benevity products are used by millions of people across some of the largest and most progressive workplaces around the world. At Benevity, we aim to design inclusive products that meet the needs of all people. We follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA standards (opens new window).
The power of the Web is in its universality.
Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.
We think about the retiree who needs a higher contrast ratio and larger font size to improve readability.
Our interfaces text and elements are designed to meet WCAG requirements. We provide guidance on configurable colors to help our Program Managers choose a high contrast color palette.
We think about the new parent holding their sleeping baby in one hand, while using the keyboard to navigate with the other.
We design page flows that are accessible on keyboards, and clearly identify the currently selected element with a focus state.
We think about the person whose reading comprehension level is lower due to ability, language barriers, or distraction.
We organize content as clearly and simply as possible, while using language that is easy to understand.
We think about the dyslexic or low-vision person who uses a screen reader to read a website to them.
We aim to improve the experience of primary user activities on the web while using JAWS, NVDA and ChromeVox.
Building fully-accessible products is something we at Benevity are super passionate about! These resources will help you level up your knowledge about WCAG and screen readers.