Typically we focus on WCAG 2.1 conformance, but our team can also help with Section 508 certification and ADA compliance certification. Once your website has been upgraded to meet WCAG 2.1 A, AA, or AAA conformance, our certification will summarize your level of compliance, as assessed by an Accessible Web analyst, on a specific date. There are three main components to receiving a WCAG 2.1 web accessibility conformance certification.
Now that you’ve spent the time and effort to make your website accessible, its time to tell the world with an Accessibility Policy. Usually a link that resided in the footer of your page, your Accessibility Policy is a place to emphasize your organization’s commitment to inclusion. It typically gives contact information for an Accessibility Point Person in your organization, shows the past and future steps in your path towards accessibility, and notes that you’ve worked with Accessible Web. We’ll provide the template, you just fill in the details and make it yours.
WCAG 2.1 Conformance Claim
The W3C is very specific in how organizations need to go about claiming that their websites are WCAG 2.1 A, AA, or AAA conforming. Our Accessibility Analyst will check all the boxes to make sure you’ve met all W3C requirements for conformance claims.
Accessible Web Certification Badge
Your Site is Certified WCAG Conforming; Now What?
Now that we’ve worked together to ensure that your website is accessible, let’s make sure we maintain WCAG conformance. Learn more about our accessibility monitoring service.