About WCAG

WCAG was created in 1999 by the W3C Consortium with the help of individuals and organizations around the world. The purpose of WCAG was to design a single standard for access to content that meets the needs of individuals, organizations and governments internationally. .
Web Accessibility includes standards and solutions to ensure that there are no barriers for the disabled, the disabled and the elderly to work with the website and they can easily access all the content of the website or web-based software. When the site is properly designed, implemented and edited, all users are generally equal in access to site information and functions.

About us

Danesh Bonyan Company, Sigma Information Technology Infrastructure Development Company, with a history of years of activity in the field of information and communication technology, holds the rank of a High Informatics Council in the field of production and support of customer ordering software Be.

In the field of electronic accessibility standards, Sigma is proud of the first implementation of the WCAG2.0 standard in Iran on Irancell's website, which has been approved by the Electronic Accessibility Consulting Working Group of the Information Technology Organization of Iran. A number of Sigma executives, consultants and key personnel are members of the ISO40500 and WCAG technical committee.

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Implementing the accessibility of the disabled in Irancell site

WCAG standard specialists in Sigma Company, to access the content of Irancell site, implemented the following capabilities in the site:
1. Increase font size
2. Reduce font size
3. Magnify the page
4. Shrink the page
5. Increase the distance between lines and words
6. Sharpen the page
7. Read the text aloud


WIA-ARIA web standard

WAI-ARIA, which is derived from the Web Accessibility Initiative - Accessible Rich internet Application, means an interactive web application with high accessibility, and is a guide introduced by the web consortium to help websites comply with these rules, ...

New version of WCAG 2.1 standard

Accessibility or accessibility is a web design idea that makes a site accessible to a specific range of people. In general, accessibility means that a website can be navigated by anyone who visits it and get the information they want quickly.

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About the WCGA standard

What is the standard for disabled access to website content (WCAG)?

WCAG documents and guidelines provide solutions for optimizing web content so that using these standards, web content is more accessible and easier for people with disabilities to use. Web content generally refers to information contained on websites and web applications, including:
Text, images and audio files
Codes and markups that define structure, presentation, and more

The importance of implementing the WCAG standard in enterprise portals

Given that the users of enterprise portals are a wide range of people with different abilities, the implementation of the WCAG standard for the accessibility of people with disabilities on these websites is necessary and inevitable.

How to Implement the Disability Access Standard (WCAG)

To implement the Accessibility Standard for the Disabled, the Disabled and the Elderly (WCAG), the following steps are performed:
  • Accessibility standard training
  • Website evaluation
  • Implement accessibility standards

WCAG Standard Principles

  • Perceivable: All website information is accessible to all people, ie if a person with a disability can use all site information
  •  Operable: Despite having the inability to do everything that can be done on the website, such as links - buttons and ...
  • Understandable: Websites are understandable and anyone with any ability can understand it
  • Robust: Compatible with tools used by people with disabilities
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