Accessibility means more than putting things online. It means making your content and design clear and simple enough so that most people can use it without needing to adapt it, while supporting those who do need to adapt things.” GOV.UK (2019 - Understanding new accessibility requirements for public sector bodies)
Get an audit at any point in your project, and also get advice with pushing accessibility as part of your way of working, from design to code to production
The audit targets a wide range of disabilities, including visual, auditory, physical, speech, cognitive, language, learning, and neurological disabilities.
Professionally evaluating the website’s accessibility level is a key step in web accessibility and can be performed at any stage of a web or mobile app project.
Our services are cost-effective and efficient, ensuring that businesses of all sizes can afford and benefit from our expertise.
Additionally, our in-depth knowledge and experience in web accessibility and WCAG compliance allow us to deliver exceptional results and ensure that our clients’ digital content is accessible to all users.
Furthermore, our focus on DevOps integration is a unique aspect of our consultancy services.
This integration of accessibility practises into the development workflow gives our clients a significant advantage in creating inclusive digital experiences.
What you will get
- A full accessibility review and test of web or mobile app against the WCAG 2.2 AA standard.
- Delivery of a full, prioritised accessibility report of web and/or mobile app
- We’ll test with assistive technologies to aid the results
- An accessibility statement (inline with your current accessibility status) that can be published to a website advising on status of WCAG 2.2 AA compliance.
- Automated accessibility test framework for your CI pipeline
Treat an audit as a startpoint, to integrating accessibility checks earlier in the development lifecycle.
- Is the audit for web and/or mobile app?
- What is WCAG Level Required?
- Do you have User guides?
- Do we need login details?
- For web, do you have a sitemap.xml or list opf URLs?
- For mobile app, do you have a template list"
- Do you need Extended UX checks (disability-focused)
- Is access to source control possible?
- Do you need more customised test automation scripting (to follow user journeys, for example)
- Do you need tools integrations into design and development environment
- Do you need an Accessibility strategy from design/development perspective.
- DO you need Web based dashboard where you can add/maintain new URL’s for regular checks and monitoring.
- Do you need code-level checking and reporting (SonarQube)
- IMS Maxims