Accessibility

At Invotra we strive to make our intranet software as accessible as possible, a user experience for the 100%.

At the heart of what we do is our aim to provide an intranet which not only meets WC3 AA standards but which works to continually enhance the accessibility experience for all users. You can read more about our journey to make this a reality, in our accessibility blogs.

 

Making intranets more accessible for everyone

Read our accessibility blogs including Andrew Doyle's blog on making your intranet more accessible, and check out his slides from his accessibility workshop.

View COO Paul Zimmerman's presentation: Accessibility for the 100% - making your intranet accessible to everyone and video of that presentation from the Intranet Now conference:

 

What can I do to make my intranet more accessible?

We've collated a number of web accessibility resources which may help make your digital workplace more accessible.

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Invotra 3.19 release summary

We released Invotra 3.19 on Wednesday 16th August. Our primary focus for this release was small, visual improvements for the end user but we are delighted to announce that our Salesforce integration is also now live.

Invotra 3.19 release summary

We released Invotra 3.19 on Wednesday 16th August. Our primary focus for this release was small, visual improvements for the end user but we are delighted to announce that our Salesforce integration is also now live.

Accessibility resources

Check out the following free resources to help make your intranet more accessible

Improving the accessibility of your intranet

I recently ran a workshop on accessibility at the Intranet Now conference with my colleague Billy. You can see the presentation deck and notes, although a lot of what we talked about included a live demo - I’ve summarised what we discussed below.

Improving the accessibility of your intranet

I recently ran a workshop on accessibility at the Intranet Now conference with my colleague Billy. You can see the presentation deck and notes, although a lot of what we talked about included a live demo - I’ve summarised what we discussed below.

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