Plugin Tag: JIS X jwp-a11y. (1 total ratings). Check accessibility of target page and generate accessibility evaluate page and policy. Jidaikobo Inc. +. Introduction to NTT DOCOMO’s JIS X test results view. Specifically, we set out to conform with “JIS X Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities – Information and communications.
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JIS X 8341-3:2016 Test Results View (for Each Web Page: Released on March 31, 2017)
The following accessibility policy has been established for Hitachi Group websites, in line with “Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities – Information and communications equipment, software and services – Part 3: Realizing that the international standards for web accessibility do not entirely 831-3 to Japanese web sites, experts in this country have created their own industry standard known as Web Content JIS. Copyright and Liability Notice, etc.
JIS X currently has five components: Japan is also starting to build infrastructure for making information–particularly digital information–accessible to people with disabilities. Follow us on TwitterYouTubeor on Facebook. JIS X Japan has no legislation that governs web accessibility.
The third section jiw the standards and procedures for managing web content. Cookies can be disabled in your browser settings. Most major cities have the infrastructure to support accessibility for people with disabilities.
Web Accessibility in Japan
There is also Braille everywhere–on the sidewalk, signboards, money, and even on beer cans. Web content” JIS X After we have met our initial objectives, the scope will be expanded to include new pages being developed, as we gradually increase the number of compliant pages on Hitachi sites.
The first specifies the points that ought to be considered in developing web content. Japan is one of the most technologically advanced and accessible countries in the world.
As such, WCAG could not provide sufficient guidelines for the Japanese language because it has more characters than most other alphabets. I always learn something new here.
It was developed to provide more applicable guidelines for web content accessibility. Level of Accessibility and Extent of Compliance: I love this piece of info that you’ve shared: You Might Also Like: Applicability of Web Content JIS Though the Web Content JIS is not legally binding, national and local government agencies are mandated to abide by this policy to ensure that all government websites are accessible.
Hitachi Global Top Accessibility Policy. I would say that it is a virtual untapped market and those that accommodate them will be more likely to get their business. General Principles Specific Requirements for Development and Production General Requirements for Assurance and Improvement of Information Accessibility The first specifies the points that ought to be considered in developing web content.
The international standard for web accessibility is set by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2. Even Grounds, Accessibility Consulting Making web sites, documents, software and hardware accessible to people with disabilities. Level of Accessibility and Extent of Compliance: The following pages have been tested according to JIS X You are here Home.
Rather, as a preliminary goal, we seek to achieve compliance for individual pages, and then to achieve compliance for as many pages as possible with a minimum of approximately 50 pages. How cool is that? Hitachi Group Corporate Information. I know we don’t have braille on beer cans.
Web Accessibility in Japan. Good on Japan for showing the rest of the world how things can be done to help the visually impaired. Private companies are not mandated to use it, but they are encouraged to abide by it. The following accessibility policy has been established for Hitachi Group websites, in line with “Guidelines for older persons and persons with disabilities – Information and communications equipment, software and services – Part 3: