Hunter Strategy, a premier IT consulting firm, is pleased to announce a partnership with User1st, a Web Accessibility Technology Provider. User1st’s accessibility software helps agencies and businesses comply with domestic and international web accessibility standards according to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, including Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act. Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act was amended by Congress in 1998, and requires all federal agencies to make their electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities. Section 508 mandates that agencies provide disabled employees and members of the public access to information that is comparable to access available to the general public.
A User1st treated website provides a layer of code and additional informational to a host site, while maintaining the site’s original structure and information architecture. User1st’s automated “code-fixer” corrects existing web pages by generating and applying accessibility skins that fit over the web page without altering its content. The system can be activated automatically or by the request of a unique end-user by a single click of a button. Different accessibility skins accommodate different needs for different disabilities, such as partial/complete blindness, epilepsy, motor disability and more.
About Hunter Strategy:
Founded in 2015, Hunter Strategy offers strategic information technology solutions to federal agencies, Fortune 1000 companies, and emerging technology firms. In addition to cyber security, web services, and Federal acquisition, Hunter Strategy’s core services also include application engineering, web accessibility automation, and enterprise solution architecture.