At the heart of our work lies accessibility experience or what we like to call AX, where we craft designs we create that are easy and accessible by most. We proactively identify potential barriers and formulate strategies to enhance inclusivity. Our development process too places accessibility at its foundation, weaving in industry best practices and standards to ensure a fully inclusive user experience. We leverage a wide spectrum of tools and techniques, sparing no effort in our dedication to accessibility across every aspect of design and dev.
This covers full spectrum of accessibility requirements for your website. We ensure that it complies with the latest accessibility standards, meets legal obligations, and delivers an exceptional user experience. With ongoing support, we proactively identify and resolve accessibility issues.
Starting with an Accessibility Audit, we conduct comprehensive assessments to guarantee your website adheres to WCAG 2.1 AA and Section 508 standards. Our reviews encompass your sitemap, traffic statistics, page templates, and content types. Detailed reports guide improvements, ensuring your website is fully inclusive and compliant with industry standards.
Should any issues be identified, our Accessibility Remediation services come into play. We address accessibility concerns within your website's code, content, and design. Our tailored remediation plan accommodates your budget and timeline, making your online presence accessible to all.
An accessible website can reach a broader audience, including individuals with disabilities. For instance, consider adding text alternatives to images, which benefit users who rely on screen readers to access content.
Compliance with accessibility standards, such as WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), can protect you from legal issues. For example, a retail website may face legal challenges if it doesn't provide accessible shopping options for visually impaired customers.
A well-designed accessible website offers a better user experience. For instance, captioned videos not only serve deaf users but also enhance the experience for others in noisy or quiet environments.
Many accessibility features, like descriptive headings and text alternatives, also benefit SEO. Semantic headings help search engines understand content structure, improving search ranking.
Demonstrating a commitment to accessibility can build a positive brand image. By offering sign language interpretation for webinars, you showcase inclusivity and social responsibility.
Accessibility can lead to increased conversions. For instance, providing alt text for product images helps all users, including those with slow internet connections who might have trouble loading images.
Accessibility and mobile-friendliness often overlap. For example, ensuring touch targets are large enough for mobile users with varying levels of dexterity improves both accessibility and mobile usability.
Accessible websites are often more streamlined, leading to faster page loading times. Semantic HTML and well-structured content ensure a leaner codebase.
An accessible website is typically well-organized, making it easier to update and maintain. Proper use of headings, labels, and structured content simplifies content management.
Embracing accessibility prepares your website for future technologies. For example, making your site compatible with voice-controlled devices ensures its relevance in an increasingly voice-activated digital world.