A web accessibility audit measures your website's level of accessibility in a systematic way against a specific set of accessibility checkpoints. The internationally recognized benchmark for web accessibility is the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). To gain maximum benefit and value from an audit it should result in a list of actions to improve accessibility.
The individual components of this definition are:
An accessibility audit is also sometimes referred to as a conformance evaluation to determine if a website meets accessibility standards.
An accessibility audit can be used to facilitate the decision-making process around whether to attempt to fix the non-accessible elements of the website or to redesign the entire site. This decision will also depend on the resources (financial and human) available.
A web accessibility audit typically results in a report that details:
Websites can easily have hundreds of pages (especially e-commerce sites) and there is no need to go over each one. The best solution is to examine each of the primary layout templates of your site and then apply the audit results for each template sitewide, to all identical templates.
Check each page (as well as the overall site structure) against WCAG 2.1 or Web Accessibility Standards (WAS). This is the most important, time-consuming part of a manual accessibility audit that nobody sees because it doesn’t show up in the final reports.
EqualWeb's experts are diligently checking the website against either the 38 success criteria of WCAG 2.1 or 28 requirements from WAS. Every page you request to be examined will have a specific list of accessibility issues from that page.
The full remediation price will reflect the audit and consists of:
Contact us now to find out more about our tailor made suite for your accessible website.