We can help with
Accessible responsive websites
Providing websites that work across a range of devices and zoom levels is critical for reaching your audience. We can help build websites that work across every screen size.
Accessible native mobile applications
We have experience building accessible native mobile apps which come with their own challenges such as consideration for assistive technologies, gestures and touch targets.
Assistive technology integration
We understand how varying input methods and assisting technologies work, such as mouth wands, eye tracking software, screen readers, alternative keyboards, and voice recognition.
We help ensure that your product can be navigated using a keyboard in a smart and seamless way, speeding up interactions not only for those using screen readers, but for all users.
WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines
We have a depth of experience working with the WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines to ensure components and patterns adhere to these minimum accessibility requirements.
Working with a11y tools and services
We employ a range of a11y tools and services including plugins, browser extensions and working with third-party consultants to ensure our interfaces meet the WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines.
Our approach to Accessibility
At Thinkmill, we believe accessibility touches every facet of the design of web and mobile application interfaces. By making websites and applications accessible, we can ensure that all our users can easily access the information and services they deserve.
A few accessible experiences we’ve built
We helped an Australian Government department build an accessible Design System to support their digital transformation goals.
We co-led the design and development of the open source Agriculture Design System (AgDS). Accesibility support was noted as exemplary by independent third-party auditors.
We’re helping Vocal transform a multi-million user publishing platform to be WCAG 2.0 AA compliant.
Once Vocal’s early phase growth ambitions were achieved, we turned our lens to improving the accessibility of the website through thoughtful changes to interfaces and patterns. The consistency and predictability achieved from following the WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines is greatly improving our ability to deliver future accessible features at speed.