We help teams discover, understand, and organize web accessibility work.

Our mission is to create a more equitable web for users with disabilities. Our products and services empower our clients to build and maintain websites and web applications that follow the principles of universal design and meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) conformance.  Web Accessibility can be hard at first, but with the right partner, you can create beautiful and functional websites that everybody will delight in using.  We'd love to work with you. 

Audit to Certification
Our Product & Process

We’ve developed a process for building and maintaining accessible websites that includes automated tools and manual testing. At the core of our process is our Accessible Web Badge & Console product and our team of IAAP-Certified Web Accessibility Professionals. We’re interested in forming long-term and cost-effective relationships with like-minded clients.

Step 1: Sign Up & Onboarding

Most of our clients have our Accessible Web Badge installed on their website within 48 hours of signing up.  Let’s get to work!

Step 2: Accessibility Audit

Audits are available as one-time engagements or as a monthly subscription. When we find failures, we’ll load them into the Accessible Web Console as tasks and assign them to your team. 

Step 3: Accessibility Upgrades

Your developers will use the list of tasks in the Accessible Web Console to fix the issues discovered in the audit, our developers are available to help. 

Step 4: Accessibility Certification

Our certification process is a thorough check of your website to ensure WCAG conformance and usability. Once you’ve completed all remediation work, we’ll change your Accessible Web Badge’s status to Certified.

Step 5: Ongoing Monitoring & Testing

Web accessibility is an ongoing commitment, we’ll work with you to maintain your certification status by providing periodic website scans and manual audits. 

Sometimes it’s easier to build a new WCAG conforming website from the ground up. We do that too.

What is website accessibility?

There are a variety of methods that people use to access the web. Tools used by individuals with disabilities are called assistive technologies. To ensure an equally excellent experience for all users, we’ll help you build or update your website to work with a variety of assistive technologies.

Screen Readers

Users with low vision or blindness use screen readers that run on their computers or mobile devices.  We’ll ensure that users can navigate and access the content of your website so they can interact and transact with your organization. 

Closed Captioning & Transcripts

Multimedia is the centerpoint of many modern websites.  Ensure that users that are deaf or hard of hearing can enjoy videos or audio by providing closed captioning or transcripts for all media files on your website. 

Keyboard Navigation

Websites should only require two buttons to be usable, the tab key to advance, and the enter key to click.  Assistive technologies mimic the keyboard to provide unique interfaces like large buttons or sip-and-puff to address a variety of disabilities. 

Zoom Text

Low vision is a very common visual disability, especially among the elderly population. Many users of your website may not be able to read small text or images and use built-in browser tools or specific software to increase the size of content on the page. 

Why is website
accessibility important?

Social Responsibility

The internet has the power to break down barriers and put people from all walks of life on an equal playing field.  The web accessibility tools and specifications which allow users with disabilities to browse and use the web are not difficult to integrate into modern web design & development practices.  Let’s all work together and make the commitment to create a web that’s accessible to everyone.

Legal Protection

In many countries, including the United States, having an accessible website is required by law. You don’t want to receive that letter from lawyers or the government. Making an investment in WCAG upgrades now is better than spending a lot of money on lawyers later.

Just Good Business

The CDC estimates that 26% of Americans live with a disability. You wouldn’t close the doors of your business to 26% of potential customers, so why limit their access to your website? Web Accessibility is also great for SEO and improves usability for all users of your website. Upgrading your website isn’t an expense, it’s an opportunity.