Flatworldworks has been working with the Government Digital Service (GDS) Accessibility team on development of their accessibility and usability testing expertise and also provided testing for a number of central government department exemplar programmes. Examples include: The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Access to Work, Carer’s Allowance, and Single Tier Pension Digital Transformational programmes; helping them to successfully pass their Government Digital Service Assessments.
Flatworldworks were able to ensure that such organisations meet their social and legal responsibilities in providing services that can be accessible and usable to widest possible audience.
Growth in smartphones, tablets, computers, and wearable devices has developed new needs for user experience. This has caused application designers to consider a holistic approach to delivery. Through a user-centered approach, our UX team are able to research, define and meet real 'user needs' when developing cross-channel experiences.
We offer a high specification, state-of-the-art research studio, designed to create the perfect environment for respondents and clients. This enables our clients to test their prototype and understand where the application could be improved, before going live.
The main goal of our service is to ensure that the digital material produced or offered by your organisation is accessible to everyone regardless of ability. Flatworldworks accessibility service recommends taking the next steps beyond technical compliance with accessibility standards and guidelines to focus on the overall usability of your product or service.
This type of accessibility and usability testing provides the following benefits:
Flatworldworks compete in a global market, providing exceptional services within Digital IT exceeding our client’s expectations with excellent customer services. We lead in the quality and standards of our Digital IT services of user research, recruitment, training, digital development and test services.