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Accessibility Practice

Build intuitive and accessible digital solutions for all

Why pursue accessibility?

With rapidly emerging technology and compliance requirements, navigating the Digital Accessibility realm is critical for leaders of the world’s biggest companies.

Most people will spend 11.5% of their lives with a disability, yet 97% of websites remain inaccessible.  Until recently, there was a fight in the courts as to whether the ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) applied to digital properties. While the courts consistently ruled in favor, everyone was waiting for the Department of Justice to weigh in. On March 18, 2022, the DOJ made it clear that Digital Accessibility is the law of the land.

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It's the right thing to do
As an inclusive and global community of technologists, we believe it’s our duty to scale our investment in being champions of digital access. Our goal is to establish a mature practice, internally and externally, to build products that are accessible by default.
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It's an opportunity for innovation and impact
Accessibility at the enterprise is ripe for exponential innovation. With the rise of new technologies, including AI, there are many opportunities to align purpose with technology to serve all users.
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It's the law
With changing laws and guidelines, enterprises may bear new risks for non-compliance. The number of lawsuits being filed against companies whose digital products and services are inaccessible has grown considerably in recent years.
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We build things we're proud of

We work collaboratively with key stakeholders — including IT, the business, leadership, and most importantly, your customers — leading to rapid delivery of impact alongside real, tangible results. Our process is designed to focus on outcomes, not just deliverables.

TheoremOne makes it happen.

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Digital product design and development
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Streamlined process and service design
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Intuitive and effective design systems
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Business case development
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