Web Accessibility Experts

Compliance with current international legislation

Methodology recommended by W3C


reference clients



Services for an Accessible Website


We make your website accessible to guarantee the right of all people to access information regardless of their qualities.



At hiberus we do not understand accessibility as an issue to be dealt with once the digital product is created, or collaterally to the project, but quite the opposite. As recommended by the W3C, through the WCAG-EM methodology, our philosophy is that the accessibility team is present in all phases of creation, from ideation to publication to achieve an optimal digital product, usable and accessible to most people.





Benefits of a Universal Website


Accessibility is essential and beneficial for everyone, not just a minority of individuals

Aumento del trafico

Increased Traffic

Accessibility reaches the 15% of individuals with disabilities who might otherwise be excluded.
Simplificación del desarrollo

Streamlined Development

Technical requirements associated with accessibility recommendations enhance development processes
Mejora del posicionamiento

Enhanced SEO Positioning

Textual equivalents improve content structure and semantic tagging, positively impacting indexing.
Aumento de la usabilidad

Improved Usability

Collaboration with usability leads to optimal solutions for end-users.
Aumento de rentabilidad

Increased Profitability

Broader user reach and increased traffic lead to more business opportunities and higher revenue.
Mejora la imagen de marca

Enhanced Brand Image

Considering all individuals fosters social responsibility, positively impacting the company's perception.



Capabilities of Our Team



Digital Team with a 360 Vision

Our digital strategy team includes diverse profiles working together to define the best strategy for your business and guide you toward achieving your goals:

  • CRO

  • Web Analysis

  • Technical Analysis

  • UX Design

  • UI Design

  • Front Development or Full Stack Development

  • SEO and SEM

  • Strategic Consulting

  • Accessibility, WCAG, WAI-ARIA

We engage in ongoing learning to stay updated on the latest accessibility regulations:

  • Directive 2016/2102

  • Latest version of UNE EN 301549

  • Latest version of WCAG

  • Royal Decree 1112/2018

  • Law 56/2007 • Directive 2019/882

  • Directiva 2019/882

We design unique experiences

Nearshore to Spain and LATAM

As today, the attraction of IT profiles is becoming more and more difficult, many companies rely on nearshoring services to bridge the gap and boost their projects.
hiberus is your perfect partner because of our range of areas of competence and the pool of 3000+ IT deep-skilled professionals.



Why hiberus

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We evaluate your needs and fully adapt to the project's requirements, always ensuring accessibility and access to information for all users.



We accompany and advise you from the initial project phases to achieve optimal results, following the W3C methodology.

Aprendizaje continuo

Continuous Learning

Our specialized team in accessibility and digital strategy stays continuously updated to provide quality service.

comunicación continua

Continuous Communication

Coordination between external and internal teams is crucial. Therefore, we establish a communication methodology with our clients to work as a unified team.


accessibility is the inclusive practice ensuring that all users, regardless of personal characteristics or environmental factors, have access to any web page or service without losing content. This promotes equal opportunities.

The lack of accessibility affects everyone to varying degrees. However, certain users may be more impacted:

  • Users with permanent disabilities: auditory, visual, motor, speech, cognitive, and neurological.

  • Users with temporary disabilities: those temporarily unable to use one arm, for example.

  • Non-native language speakers.

  • Users affected by environmental factors, such as noise or light interference on the screen.

  • Users on small devices, like phones or PDAs.

  • Older individuals facing age-related difficulties. Accessibility ensures universal access to information for all users.

In Public Administrations, a minimum of AA accessibility level is required by Royal Decree 1112/2018.

Similarly, private companies of special economic importance or those with at least 6 million euros in revenue or over 100 employees must comply with Law 56/2007, requiring at least AA accessibility level according to UNE 301549:2022.

Failure to comply with regulations may result in economic sanctions. While few cases have seen sanctions, there is an increasing trend of users using proposed processes to file such complaints.

While design must adhere to UNE 301549:2022 criteria to avoid errors, colors, images, and interactive elements can still be used. Development must ensure proper tagging, allowing all users, including those using assistive technologies and those with disabilities, to access content seamlessly across devices, whether desktops, tablets, or mobiles.

The WCAG 2.1 standard, published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), outlines guidelines for web accessibility. It comprises four fundamental principles: perceivability, operability, understandability, and robustness. Three levels determine a website's accessibility level. AA level involves eliminating significant accessibility barriers compared to the basic A level. It includes features like text alternatives for non-text content, subtitles for live audio, adaptability to different formats, and keyboard accessibility.

Public Administrations are required to achieve at least this level, according to current legislation.

Accessibility and web usability share a common goal: to ensure optimal user use of web pages. However, there are differences.

While usability seeks to improve the user experience when navigating the web, accessibility aims to guarantee universal user access to the web. Despite being distinct, there is a clear correlation between the two concepts. A web design accessible to all users must be usable. Conversely, good accessibility also benefits usability. A user-friendly webpage designed for easy access forces usability experts to make extra efforts to design interfaces for seamless navigation. Therefore, it's crucial to work on both concepts when designing a website to offer a better user experience, resulting in increased visits and conversion rates.

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