Every organization should be concerned about making their online content accessible, regardless of a user’s device. We helped the Carnegie Museum of Art to update their website with a mobile-first web presence. But the commitment to accessibility didn’t stop with devices.
The museum has a strong commitment to making their facilities accessible to visitors with auditory, speech, cognitive, and neurological disabilities. That same commitment needed to apply to the web, not as an afterthought, but as a guiding principle. Accessibility standards informed everything about the website – from information architecture, to color choices, to coding.