Great job, they are very easy to work with. I already had an audit from a different team but decided to cross-check, and it wasn’t a problem. The guys implemented my audit and found out several additional issues to improve. Delivered in a timely manner.
Accessibility web development services
Our certified accessibility team will make your website meet the WCAG 2.2 requirements. We will not only make your website accessible, but also provide you with specifically tailored recommendations on all future improvements to help you remain accessible later on.
Making your website accessible: what to expect
To meet the required accessibility standards, we update your website’s code so that people with disabilities can easily navigate it. There can be some visual changes in the way content is presented, but all the significant improvements are made from the inside.
Accessibility implementation is based on an audit – a detailed report that shows all the accessibility errors previously found on the website during a professional check.
If you don’t have an audit, we can conduct it for you.
Or, we can implement an accessibility audit from another team if you have already had it done.
- If we implement an audit from another team and our experts happen to find some possible improvements, our team will certainly fix them. We strive to provide you with 100% accessibility, not just perform another task.
- To get the most out of accessibility services, the period of time between the audit and its implementation should be as short as possible. This is crucial because any changes made to the website after the audit can alter its results.
Get an accessibility audit and start its implementation right away. This will help you get the results in the most efficient and money-saving way.
How the work is organized: the team and the workflow
During the work, you’ll have a single point of contact – your personal manager who will take care of the project right from the start. It means no troubleshooting for you – you just have the results delivered.
Also, each member of our accessibility team is a development professional, certified by W3C – the organization that introduced accessibility. So be sure that your website is in the right hands!
Certified accessibility team
Your personal manager
From the moment we get your first message to the final sign-off, the process of improving your website’s accessibility looks like this:
StepWe conduct an audit to check the current stage of your website’s accessibility and create a list of improvements, or start working with an accessibility audit from another team.
StepYou decide which changes to approve.
StepAfter getting approval, we create the development environment where the necessary improvements will be implemented.
StepAt this stage, our development team implements all the approved fixes.
StepAfter the work is done, we conduct the testing of the implemented features.
StepWe deploy everything to the production environment.
The final testing on the production environment takes place.
What you get in the end
After we implement the final audit point, we test everything one more time and make sure that:
Your website is compliant with WCAG 2.2 requirements, demanded by AODA.
Your Lighthouse audit score will be within a green "Good" range, from 90 to 100
The exact result depends on each website individually, but it will be compliant with the necessary WCAG requirements.
If you make a website accessible once, it doesn’t mean that it will remain like this forever. Each new change on the website can make it less accessible if it’s not compliant with the WCAG 2.2 requirements. That is why, after implementing the accessibility audit, we’ll create personal recommendations for any future integrations, so your website continues being accessible in the future.
Implement all future changes to the website according to the accessibility recommendations, and stay on the safe side.
Examples of non-accessible and accessible websites
Although everyone talks about accessibility these days, it can be hard to understand what it actually means. Here you can find some of the common issues, and see what website accessibility looks like.
- Color is used as the only visual means to convey information – people with seeing impairments may not see the difference between different shades of one color
- The black borderline over the active element is too close and poorly seen.
- All colors have text descriptions, so they are easy to choose with a screen reader.
- The black borderline over the active element doesn’t stick to it, which makes it clearly seen.
- User needs to scroll both horizontally and vertically to see the content. It targets people with mental and dexterity disabilities, among many others.
- Scrolling is available in just one dimension (vertically), so the content is easy to see and interact with.
- The contrast of the elements is too low to perceive.
- Text in the input fields disappears when clicking on it.
- The contrast of the elements is good, so the form is easy to see.
- Each input field is named, so it’s always clear what information should be typed in.
Jennifer Bell review
Romeo Hall review
We had no issues with communication with the team, they responded quickly and provided us with detailed answers to any questions from our side. Everything from the audit to its implementation was done on time. Recommend the team, and we’ll definitely turn to them in the future.
Walter Flores review
First, I tried to check the accessibility of my website by myself, but it turned out to be complicated because there are too many technical details. I decided to get a professional audit, and I’m satisfied with the results. The process was transparent, and I have a clear picture of what to do next.