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Making the digital world accessible.

At Eleven Ways, we help you navigate the complexities of digital accessibility and ensure that your digital presence is inclusive and accessible to all. 

Let us guide you

  • User tests

    Is your organization's website or app accessible to all users? Gain insight into what users with disabilities think of your product by participating in a test session with individuals with disabilities.

  • Empathy Lab

    Our Digital Accessibility Empathy Lab (DAEL) provides an extraordinary experience for your team. With the help of our coaches, they can take part in engaging workshops and activities to gain a better understanding of how people with disabilities navigate the digital world.

  • Trainings

    Do you want to know how to make your digital products and services accessible or learn more about the rules? We offer training courses for developers, designers, content writers and managers.

  • Audits

    How accessible is your company or government organisation's website or application? What steps do you still need to take to comply with the WCAG or European accessibility law?

Customers from whom we learned something. And vice versa.

  • City of Antwerp
  • BOSA
  • City of Ghent
  • University of Antwerp
  • Federal government department of economy
  • Flanders
  • Rabobank
  • Usabilla
  • DPG Media

  • Tested more than 150 websites and apps
  • Trained more than 500 professionals
  • Government, start-ups, and fintech

Latest articles

  • Combined 50 years of accessibility expertise : insights from Eleven Ways' senior experts. An audio interview with Christophe Strobbe and Régine Lambrecht. A graphic illustration of portraits of Christophe and Régine with a mic in the middle accompanies the text.

    Combined 50 years of accessibility expertise: an expert interview

    Curious about the benefits of web accessibility and the European Commission’s policy? Wonder how AI impacts accessibility's future? Our senior experts, Christophe Strobbe and Régine Lambrecht, share insights on these topics and more. As certified Web Accessibility Specialists, they train and coach teams and conduct audits ensure your site meets WCAG and EN 301 549 standards. Listen to our interview to gain valuable advice from their nearly 50 years of combined experience.

  • ADHD and web accessibility

    ADHD is diagnosed in both children and adults. What are the challenges people with ADHD face digitally and what can you do to accommodate them?

  • The Troublesome Life and Lamentable Death of Success Criterion 4.1.1

    The January 2023 Candidate Recommendation draft of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2 has marked success criterion 4.1.1 as obsolete and removed it from the specification. Where did this requirement come from, why was its intent often misunderstood and why was it removed? This article describes the success criterion's troublesome history.

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