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Initial Consultation

Schedule a call with us to help us get to know you and your unique accessibility needs. We'll identify the challenges you face, determine the level of accessibility support you need, and come up with an efficient plan that works for your team structure.

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Accessibility Audits

Our audits are highly detailed and include the following:

  • Examples of issues
  • Level of severity
  • WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) compliance level
  • References to WCAG Success Criteria
  • Suggested solutions

All issues are listed in a detailed spreadsheet that can be ported into your ticketing system of choice. We use a combination of automated and manual testing, including testing with assistive tech on various devices and browsers.

In addition to the audit, we go through it with you to make sure you have a solid plan of attack. Additional information can be added to the audit to help prioritize, such as priority, level of effort, and whether or not any found accessibility issues affect the design or company branding.

An ACR (Accessibility Conformance Report) is a way to show the level of accessibility compliance of your site for Section 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act compliance. These can help in the procurement process for other companies wanting to do business with you and show your customers that you care about accessibility.

We also offer guidance regarding what to include in an Accessibility Statement on your site, which shows your customers that you care and have an actionable plan to address issues.

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Compliant Front-end Development & Testing

Our WAS-certified front-end developers are available to assist your team with development. If you already have an internal team to take care of front-end development and testing, we work along side them to provide accessibility training, reviews, testing, and documentation. If you don't already have front-end developers or want to save time, we'd be happy to do front-end development for you.

Doing it right the first time saves a lot of money in the long run. Making your website accessible from the start helps prevent your customers with disabilities from bouncing and never returning if the site doesn't initially work for them. Retaining those customers significantly increases your client base.

If the project is on a tight timeline, we recommend having us do the front-end development for you and then work on training your team to maintain it. We can also continue working with you to maintain it if you don't have an internal team.

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Accessibility Consulting

We work with your team to make sure they become capable of maintaining accessibility efforts, including process recommendations. In addition to ongoing support after site builds, you can reach out anytime you have questions. Having an expert available when questions arise can save a lot of time and energy, and you can be assured that the end result will be accessible.

Ongoing Support

We care about your website and your ability to sustain the accessibility efforts you make. Websites change over time with new content and interactive features. When we establish a plan with you, we make sure to include checkups and ongoing support to make sure everything stays compliant.

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Accessibility Training

Whether you need to train your team to maintain accessibility efforts or need to know about a specific topic regarding accessibility, we can give your team all the info they need in a short amount of time.

  • Introduction to Web Accessibility
  • Accessibility Checklist for Designers
  • Accessibility for Developers
  • Accessibility for Content Managers & Content Writers
  • Accessibility Checklist for QA Testers

After all presentations, supplemental information will be provided, such as copies of slides, notes, checklists, and links to tools and documentation.

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