NC State Web Accessibility Challenge Champions

This spring 32 campus departments and student groups entered their websites into the Web Accessibility Challenge.  The goal of the challenge was for websites to be more accessible for individuals with disabilities. Each participant received an automated scan of their website that detailed accessibility errors found on the site. The IT Accessibility Office helped participants understand how to update their websites and re-ran the report on the challenge’s final day (April 27th). The winners of the challenge are the ones who improved their website accessibility by the greatest percentage and those who have fewer than 10 percent accessibility errors on their pages.

Champions

Overall Champion (0% Errors)

Brian Herring holds his web accessibility challenge certificate inside the lobby of BTEC.

 

Category 1

Sites that improve their overall accessibility by the greatest percentage

Winners:

Elizabeth Snively and Jacqueline Perry hold their web accessibility challenge certificate outside on campus.

Jamie Gilbert and Doug Flowers hold their web accessibility challenge certificate at the NC State radio station.

Devin Cremins holds her web accessibility challenge certificate outside on campus.

Category 2

Sites that have accessibility errors of 10% or less on their pages

Winners:

Category 3

Individual faculty member page with 0% errors

Winner:

Honorable Mentions

 

Congratulations to our 2018 champions! Thank you for all of the hard work that you have performed to make your websites more accessible for individuals with disabilities. Your hard work helps make NC State University a more inclusive environment!