Committing to champion inclusivity & accessibility, Netcetera - a member of W3C

March 2024 has been an incredibly exciting month for Netcetera, filled with numerous events, conferences, expert panel discussions, and workshops. Our busy calendar was highlighted by the news that Netcetera has officially become a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)!

W3C is an esteemed organization dedicated to developing standards and guidelines to help everyone build a web that is based on the principles of accessibility, internationalization, privacy and security.

What does it mean to be a W3C member?

"At Netcetera, we're committed to creating accessible solutions for all, as it's ingrained in our DNA to enhance environments and foster trust." - stated Nako Siskov, Principal Consultant at Netcetera. Joining W3C opens unique opportunities for collaboration with top technology leaders and experts in a transparent, open, and vendor-neutral forum and be part of enhancing the web environment for all users.

Netcetera is already a member or actively participates in the actions of the Accessibility Guidelines Working GroupWeb Payments Security Interest Group and Web Authentication Working Group, highly contributing to developing and creating a more inclusive, secure and accessible environment for all.

Join us on this exciting journey as we continue to drive innovation and positive change within the global web community

If you want to know more about Netcetera’s involvement, contact Netcetera’s Principal Consultant, Nako Siskov.

Nako Siskov

Principal Consultant at Netcetera

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