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Accessibility Seal – Philippine Web Accessibility Group

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Accessibility Seal

One of the benefits of becoming a PWAG member is to receive a commendation from the group. Aside from being recommended by PWAG to become a “Disabled Friendly Web Site Awardee“, what better way to recognize their achievements than to have a “Seal of Accessibility” Award logo posted on their accessible web sites.

The “Seal of Accessibility” logos below are the initial drawings. Please return to this site to read further announcements on this award.

  • PWAG Certified Accessible Logo with one yellow star on top of PWAG html logo
    PWAG Certified Accessible Logo with one yellow star on top of PWAG html logo
    PWAG Certified Accessible Maturity Stage 1 Logo – This 70 x 55 pixel logo in png format can be posted on websites that have already been evaluated and complied with Web Design Accessibility Recommendation Maturity Stage 1 Checkpoints or the minimum web accessibility guideline. Go to this link to view the checkpoints.
  • PWAG Certified Accessible Logo with two yellow stars on top of PWAG html logo
    PWAG Certified Accessible Logo with two yellow stars on top of PWAG html logo
    PWAG Certified Accessible Maturity Stage 2 Logo – This 70 x 55 pixel logo in png format can be posted on websites that have already been evaluated and complied with Web Design Accessibility Recommendation Maturity Stage 2 Checkpoints. Go to this link to view the checkpoints.
  • PWAG Certified Accessible Logo with three yellow stars on top of PWAG html logo
    PWAG Certified Accessible Logo with three yellow stars on top of PWAG html logo
    PWAG Certified Accessible Maturity Stage 3 Logo – This 70 x 55 pixel logo in png format can be posted on websites that have already been evaluated and complied with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Recommended Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 Priority Levels 1, 2 and 3. This is the highest level an evaluated website can attain. Go to this link to view the checkpoints.

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