If you are unsure if your website is compliant, an audit is the solution for you.
Receive an assessment for your website's errors under the most updated regulations.
Our expert accessibility programmers will go over your website manually and will provide you with a detailed report.
Once you finished remedying the site's accessibility problems, we will give you another audit,
Types of accessibility audit
There are a number of ways to find the level of accessibility within your website.
An accessibility audit can, for example, be carried out in-house or can use external consultants. It can be entirely manual or, more likely, use automated tools to assist the manual audit. (An automated accessibility check is not a full audit. Passing such a check does not mean that a site is accessible.)
An audit can involve every page on your website or a sample of pages.
Choosing type of audit
The choice of audit depends on many factors. There is no single "correct" web accessibility audit that meets all requirements.
Factors that affect what sort of audit is right for your website include:
Self-auditing means that the site is tested by your own in-house staff. The advantages of this approach include the low cost and the fact that the staff are already familiar with the website
However, it has disadvantages, including:
Self-audit alone is not recommended unless your organization is large enough to provide skilled staff that has the expertise to do so.
External expert audit
The preferred approach to web accessibility auditing is to buy the service of an accessibility expert.
This approach has some strong advantages, such as:
A recommend external source will have: