Accessibility audits

The accessibility audit: the first step to digital inclusion

We combine automated testing with manual audits performed by our accessibility experts

HOW IT WORKS

How we verify the Accessibility of your website or mobile app

Scope definition

In collaboration with the client, we define the scope of the accessibility audits, agree on the templates to be analyzed, and prioritize the most frequently consulted digital content, including those that require login or are protected by a paywall.

Accessibility audit

Our team of experts and user testers use professional tools to conduct automated and manual tests to evaluate the accessibility level of your content. All tests are performed using a variety of assistive technologies and browsers to verify compliance.

Remediation plan

After completing the audit, we present a concrete remediation plan: a comprehensive report that details the results of each test, often accompanied by suggested corrections for your development team.

Scope definition

In collaboration with the client, we define the scope of the accessibility audits, agree on the templates to be analyzed, and prioritize the most frequently consulted digital content, including those that require login or are protected by a paywall.

Accessibility audit

Our team of experts and user testers use professional tools to conduct automated and manual tests to evaluate the accessibility level of your content. All tests are performed using a variety of assistive technologies and browsers to verify compliance.

Remediation plan

After completing the audit, we present a concrete remediation plan: a comprehensive report that details the results of each test, often accompanied by suggested corrections for your development team.

Achieve accessibility compliance without sacrificing design.

The remediation plan defines the detailed framework that suggests the best remediation strategy.

Clear evidence and best practices to solve accessibility errors while maintaining the original design.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do you have any questions? We are here for you.

The verification of all website pages depends on the scope and complexity of the project. Typically, a plan for accessibility verification is established at the beginning of the project. This may involve selecting a representative set of pages or templates that showcase the various functionalities and content of the site. However, if the site has a limited number of pages or standardized templates, it is possible that all pages will be verified.
The final decision will depend on available resources, organizational objectives, and adopted accessibility guidelines.

Every organization that has a website or application should consider the need for accessibility verification. Accessibility is important to ensure that people with disabilities can access and use online services independently and fairly. Therefore, both public and private organizations, of any sector or size, should assess and verify the accessibility of their websites and applications. This includes government entities, businesses, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and other entities that provide online content or services. Ensuring that digital platforms are accessible is a fundamental responsibility to promote inclusion and comply with accessibility regulations.

Yes, in many countries there is legislation requiring compliance with accessibility for websites and applications. For instance, in the United States, the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requires that both public and private organization websites be accessible to people with disabilities. Similarly, in many European countries, there are web accessibility directives that impose specific requirements to ensure the accessibility of government websites and other organizations. Checking accessibility is thus a legal obligation for many organizations to ensure equal access for all users.

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