Attract a diverse audience and ensure equal access for all visitors to your website.
I will conduct an audit of your website to ensure compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and accessibility best practices. My comprehensive testing process includes both automated tools and manual assessments, and I will provide you with a prioritized list of recommendations to enhance the accessibility of your online business. By implementing these recommendations, you can improve the user experience for all visitors and increase your website's accessibility to a wider audience.
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Relying solely on automated accessibility scans is insufficient.
Our approach to accessibility is comprehensive, involving both automated and manual reviews. Our team of experts will conduct a thorough manual audit of your website, providing a detailed and user-friendly report that outlines actionable recommendations for improving accessibility. Manual auditing is essential as it can identify accessibility issues that are often missed by automated scanners, such as problems with video captioning or screen reader comprehension. By incorporating manual auditing into our process, we can ensure that your website is fully accessible to all users, regardless of their abilities or disabilities.
Ensuring website accessibility is not only a legal obligation but also a crucial aspect of running a successful business.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) mandates that businesses make their websites accessible to visitors with disabilities, allowing them to access services such as scheduling appointments and making payments. I can assist you in meeting these legal obligations and in creating an inclusive website that caters to a wider audience. Whether you need to respond to an ADA complaint or simply want to ensure that your website is accessible to all users, I'm here to help.
My auditing process focuses on identifying key factors that can improve website accessibility.
Although current ADA regulations do not provide technical standards for websites to comply with, I rely on the widely recognized Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and conduct audits according to the Level 2.1 AA standards.