Why You Need an Accessibility Audit

About 98 percent of websites are not compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If this is true for your business website, then it opens you up to lawsuits, brand reputation damage, and more. With an Accessibility Audit, you can pinpoint the exact changes you need to make to come into compliance.

What is an Accessibility Audit?

Our expert team will conduct a meticulous evaluation of your digital space and identify potential barriers that may hinder users with disabilities. An audit will analyze the following components and suggest areas for improvement:
  • Layout and
  • Content
  • Forms
  • Alt text
  • Multimedia
  • Responsiveness
  • Keyboard
  • User Needs User Preferences Optimizing Usability

Our ADA Compliant Process

We use a combination of manual inspection and cutting-edge tools to identify accessibility challenges, ensuring a comprehensive review. Our detailed report doesn’t just point out issues—it provides actionable insights and strategies to enhance accessibility while preserving your website’s essence.

The Deliverables

Comprehensive Audit Report

An in-depth report detailing the findings of the accessibility audit.

Actionable Recommendations

A list of actionable recommendations for addressing the identified accessibility issues.

Accessibility Testing Results

Depending on the scope of the audit, you might receive detailed testing results, including screenshots, code snippets, or examples of inaccessible elements.

Accessibility Roadmap

A step-by-step plan for improving the website’s accessibility over time.

Who We Work With

Research has found that companies across every industry struggle with online ADA compliance. We conduct accessibility audits for a wide range of industries, including:
Technology and Software

Ensuring that software applications, websites, and digital platforms are accessible is crucial in the technology industry.

Education and E-Learning
Educational institutions and e-learning platforms can benefit from creating accessible content to accommodate students with various disabilities.
Healthcare and Medical
Healthcare providers, medical websites, and telehealth services need to offer accessible information and services for individuals with disabilities.
Government and Public Sector
Government agencies and public sector organizations are often required to meet accessibility standards to ensure equal access to information and services.
Retail and E-Commerce
E-commerce websites must provide an inclusive shopping experience for all users, including those with disabilities.
Finance and Banking
Financial institutions need to ensure their online banking, payment systems, and financial information are accessible to all customers.
Real Estate
Real estate agencies and property management companies should make their websites and listings accessible to potential buyers and renters with disabilities.
Legal Services
Law firms and legal service providers need to ensure their websites and online resources are accessible to all clients.
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