Web Accessibility

Compliance with Korean Web Contents Accessibility Guidelines 2.1

'Korean Web Contents Accessibility Guidelines 2.1,' which is the standard for Web Accessibility, is composed of 22 indexes based on 4 principles perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.

Rayence designs and develops the web pages in compliance with Web Accessibility Guidelines, with a goal of providing accessible web contents for all users. Therefore people with various disabilities such as visual, auditorial, and physical are able to use the websites.

What is Web Accessibility?

Web accessibility refers to the inclusive practice of removing accessibility barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by older people or people with disabilities who are vulnerable to information. The goal of Web accessibility is to make web contents more accessibile and usable to users no matter what the situation is.

Timothy John Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, defines the web as the space for everyone to share information regardless of disabilities. It is intended to make all users perceive, conveniently operate, and easily understand web contents under any physical incapabilies or technical circumstances.

Start the Discrimination Free Web with Rayence!

Rayence focuses on innovating products and improving communication services with customers on the basis of the company mission "Keep the healthy human life." Rayence tries to develop and evaluate web contents in order to meet the varying needs of all users including the vulnerable in accordance with the regulations and articles, defined in 'Act on the prohibition of discrimination against disabled persons, remedy against infringement of their rights, etc.' and 'Korean Web Contents Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (KWCAG).'

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