The American and Canadian government, as well as other governments abroad, have certain requirements or standards which need to be adhered to on their online properties in order to facilitate effective communication with the majority of their web users.
The CLF 2.0 standard, or Common Look and Feel, is the Canadian government’s standard for how its websites should look and behave. On the same note, web pages and online software tools which are section 508 compliant are recognized by the United States Government for being accessible to individuals with disabilities.
We are very pleased to announce that ReviewRoom can now adhere to the CLF standard and is section 508 compliant. We have already begun to roll-out this update to applicable customers. Throughout this process, ReviewRoom has also been upgraded for compliance with W3C and WCAG level 2 standards.
This means that ReviewRoom will now be a more viable tool for the United States and Canadian governments, and will be more accessible to alternative methods of web browsing.