The process of upgrading your website to meet WCAG 2.1 conformance can be approached in a variety of ways depending on how your organization is structured. In some cases, with simple websites, our development team can jump right into upgrading. Most of the time, we start our process with an accessibility audit.
Does your organization have a web developer or web development team?
If so, you should provide your development team with a copy of the audit document. Combined with our knowledge base and some Google skills, they should be able to complete the majority of the upgrade work internally. If your developers run into issues, they can submit a question to our knowledge base for free. If they’re really stuck, our developers can provide consulting for an additional fee.
If you don’t have a developer or development team, we can help!
We have an internal development team that can be contracted to complete the work to upgrade your website. If you don’t have a team, or your team is too busy with other initiatives, we can slide into your workflow and complete the work with minimal interruption to your organization.
Post Accessibility Upgrades: Next Step
Once your website has been upgraded to meet WCAG 2.1 A, AA, or AAA conformance, its time to certify your website and write your accessibility conformance statement. Learn more about our accessibility certification service.