How do you make sure a site is fully accessible?

First things first, we start with an accessibility audit. An accessibility audit will review your website against W3 WCAG2 Standards, and create a list of improvements that include perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust updates. These include but are not limited to: 

  • Providing text alternatives for non-text content like images and videos,
  • Providing captions and transcripts for multimedia content,
  • Creating content that can be presented through assistive technology without losing meaning or clarity, 
  • Making content easier to see and hear,
  • Ensuring a keyboard can be used for all website functionality,
  • Removing content that might be cause seizures or physical reactions, 
  • Helping users navigate and find content, and 
  • Making sure all text is visible and readable. 

We’ll go over the audit with your team and recommend changes based on necessity, ease-of-implementation, and likelihood to cause a complaint. With approval, we’ll make all the updates required to bring your site into compliance and provide an accessibility statement for your audience.