How does Cludo approach and comply with accessibility standards (WCAG)?

This article describes how Cludo approaches and supports accessibility across our products.


Our different implementation types and features are all tested and optimized to meet accessibility requirements.

We take user feedback seriously and prioritize addressing accessibility concerns, even when these demand extra time and effort. Furthermore, when our customers undergo extensive accessibility testing and report issues not previously discovered by Cludo, we incorporate fixes into our core framework, ensuring ongoing automatic compliance. As we progress, our objective is to enhance the standardization of our testing procedures.

Search templates

Cludo’s global search templates, which include the overlay and inline template, are compliant with the accessibility standards of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA. Learn more about search templates in this article.

Custom solutions

The custom solutions offered by Cludo maintain the same high standards of accessibility as our global templates. Our team of front-end developers thoroughly tests and refines our custom implementations to meet the WCAG 2.1 standards before a design is handed over. Explore examples of our work on our website.

Cludo platform

Unfortunately, the MyCludo platform is currently not fully compliable with WCAG standards. However, we are committed to making progress. Our dedicated team is actively working on enhancing the accessibility of the MyCludo platform, with the goal of achieving WCAG 2.1 accessibility compliance by 2024. This ongoing effort demonstrates our commitment to ensuring that every user can access and utilize the platform seamlessly.