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Welcome to accessible web.

Your Website For Everybody

We Build for Web Accessibility 

We’re Accessible Web – a Web Design, Development & Digital Services firm located in Burlington, Vermont. We think that everyone should be able to access web content, especially considering that so much of what happens today happens online—be it commerce, conversation, networking, dating, news, bookings, information access, and more.

Our passion is building beautiful websites that deliver results. Click here to learn more about us

Web Accessibility Process & Services

Guidance & Metrics

Our team of accessibility analysts and developers will guide you through the following process to you achieve Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) compliance. We start by auditing your website against WCAG 2.0, producing a document with a scorecard for your executives and detailed action points for your development team. Using our knowledge base, your developers will complete the upgrade process to A, AA, or AAA conformance.

Accessibility from the Ground Up!

Alternatively, our team of developers can tackle the upgrade. Once the upgrade is complete, we’ll complete a thorough certification process and provide you with a badge to put on your website. Finally, you can subscribe to our accessibility monitoring and testing service to make sure your website stays compliant as the content and design evolves over time. 

Ready to make your website or web application more accessible?

New! Search our Accessibility Knowledge Base

We want to help bring the internet to more people – have a question? Search our form below for context and understand why and a website might create accessibility errors. Have a question not covered? Click here to ask us a question!

Our Web Accessibility Blog

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It’s Global Accessibility Awareness Day!

Join us in Celebrating Inclusivity and Diversity Did you know that Thursday, May 18 2017, is the sixth annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)? Today we celebrate diversity and recognize the technological achievements made to build a more inclusive internet. By embracing assistive technology, utilizing robust UI/UX testing, and making web brand considerations, we’re able to build websites…

May 18, 2017

Is Japan the Most Accessible Country?

Traveling to another country can be a nerve wracking experience for even the most seasoned adventurers. Now imagine doing it with a vision and hearing impairment. Recently Cristina Hartmann did so while spending two and a half weeks in Japan, the last destination on her 4-month trip around the world. She tells her story on the…

April 7, 2017

Accessible Spotlight: Rikki Poynter

Rikki Poynter is a 25 year old deaf YouTube vlogger fighting for better Closed Captioning on YouTube. She started on Youtube over two years ago doing Q & A videos, makeup tutorials and vlog style videos on topics of her choice. Rikki now has over 200 videos on her channel and 47,520 subscribers. She uses…

March 24, 2017

Our Trip to the Assistive Technology Tryout & Access Center at CDCI

Last week a few of our team members here at Accessible Web had the privilege of visiting the Center on Disability & Community Inclusion at the University of Vermont! Our goal at Accessible Web is to not only create accessible websites but to gain a better understanding of the kinds of assistive technology available to…

March 3, 2017

NFB Newsline – The App You Should Know About

Do you know the NFB-NEWSLINE? It’s an exciting phone service that lets you quickly and easily listen to the news straight from your phone. The Newsline provides non visual access to traditional newspapers, magazines, and other publications, converted to an easy to use audio format. By using their iPhone app you can “read” news, “on…

February 24, 2017

Happy Birthday Ed Roberts!

Accessible Web would like to wish a happy birthday to one of the original pioneers of the disability rights movement, Ed Roberts! Roberts contracted polio at the age of 14 causing him to become paralyzed from the neck down but Roberts did not let this new limitation stop him. He continued his high school studies…

January 23, 2017

Students with Disabilities Speak Out

Rutgers Sophomore Laura Etori was leading a normal life until a rare condition known as idiopathic intracranial hypertension caused her to lose her sight three and half years ago. “My major concern was whether blindness would keep me from pursuing my education.  I had never learned Braille since I had my sight for most of my…

December 6, 2016

Founder Peter Jewett Talks Accessibility on VPR

Vermont Public Radio on Getting Digitally ADA Compliant Peter Jewett, founder of Accessible Web, was recently invited to speak on Vermont Public Radio about ADA compliance. From the VPR website: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in 1990. It ensured that people with disabilities had the same rights and opportunities as all Americans. For many…

August 18, 2016

Designing with Accessibility in Mind

Accessibility = People A common misconception regarding accessibility is that is primarily for those with disabilities which is not the truth. Accessibility simply means that all people are able to access things, whether on the web or in everyday life. Wear glasses? Take them off and try going about your normal web browsing, probably not…

November 17, 2016

Eleven Education Institutions Voluntarily Resolve Web Accessibility Issues

The United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently reached settlements with education organizations in seven states, including Oregon, Washington, and Alaska, ensuring website accessibility for individuals with disabilities. After receiving complaints involving several organizations and initiating investigations, the OCR was approached by each of the eleven education organizations voluntarily to resolve accessibility issues…

July 14, 2016

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