Brilliant Accessibility Website - is it?

Dec 15 2021

Recent news heading 'Sony Launches Brilliant Accessibility Website for PS5, PS4' - shouldn't the page be 'accessible' ?

This continues to puzzle us...

A great brand (like SONY) launches what is a key page in terms of demonstrating their commitment to D&I - who / how are they checking even the basics of accessibility compliance before page is released?

In running the page through the new Sitemorse engine, there are over 1,200 Level A failures, how can this be?

  • We have checked the audit, errors confirmed.
  • The page, how was it checked ?
  • Has someone said 'it is all OK' ?

A number of the 'errors' are perhaps quite technical - is this the fault of the standard ?

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