A few months ago, Digitaal Toegankelijk joined the Dutch Digital Accessibility Index (DDAI). We are proud that we can share knowledge about digital accessibility on this website. In this article, you will find more information about DDAI and our cooperation with them. You will also read about future plans related to the DDAI.
What is the DDAI?
The Dutch Digital Accessibility Index (DDAI) is an organisation that links clients with digitally accessible agencies. The DDAI also has the task of sharing knowledge. One of the ways they do this is through their online knowledge bank. The dozens of articles with practical tips vary in subject from design and UX to research and legislation.
Another way in which visitors to DDAI.nl are informed about digital accessibility is through the training courses and workshops available on the site.
The value of DDAI
For web designers and builders of all kinds of companies and organisations, a website like DDAI’s is valuable for several reasons. First, they can find providers who are knowledgeable about accessibility and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
In addition, these providers must participate in refresher or supplementary training activities at least once a year. In this way, the DDAI guarantees the quality of the participating organisations.
Digital Accessibility and the DDAI
As a member of the DDAI, Digitaal Toegankelijk can share knowledge on digital accessibility on the platform. At the end of January there was an interview with director Robert Keus about the start of Accessibility Desk.
In the coming months, several articles from our pen will appear on DDAI.nl. Keep an eye on the platform for updates or visit the Accessibility Desk profile on the DDAI website directly.