Web Accessibility ADA WCAG aa TESTING, AUDITING & REMEDIATION Consulting

The web has been established as a “place of public accommodation”, to which access must be provided to all. Website Accessibility for those with disabilities is a civil right that the Department of Justice, advocates, and plaintiff law firms are now aggressively defending. The de facto guide for providing web accessibility for the blind and other disabled visitors is to follow the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0). Whether you're reacting to a legal action, or see the value in getting ahead of this by making your website conform to the WCAG, we can assist.   

Avoid legal liabilities & provide maximum accessibility to your website


In addition to building fresh ADA compliant websites, we also provide Strategic Consulting, Accessibility Testing, Actionable Audit Reports, and Remediation Consulting & Training. 

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Strategic Consulting

Guide your executive team for establishing an accessibility program to either avoid litigation or respond accordingly.

  • Balancing accessibility, cost, risk
  • Priorities development
  • Process guidance


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accessibility Testing

360° audits that even include use of technologies used by disabled users by experts.

  • Automated Testing using advanced tools
  • Manual Code Review
  • Assistive Technology Review


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Guided Actionable Audit Reports

Reports written for developers and CMS admins showing how to fix errors and avoid them in the future.

  • Rather than show just what's wrong, we guide how to fix
  • Formatted for remediation work-flow


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Remediation Consulting & Training

We empower your teams to ensure your website is remediated correctly and remains accessible thereafter.

  • Guide your developers and content producers
  • Introductory and advanced web accessibility on-site classes for design, development, and content teams



Want to learn more about web accessibility and related issues?

We have created a blog with information and resources dedicated to website accessibility at ACCESSIBILITY.WORKS

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