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Website Accessibility

Is your website accessible and ADA-compliant?

Considerations must be made for all of your customers. It’s the law.

Nearly 90% of Americans use the internet. It’s become indispensable for our everyday lives. Though it may not play as big a part as food, water, and shelter, the internet helps a majority of us secure those very necessities.

Many of us are able to use desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones to schedule a roofer, do our grocery shopping, or pay the water bill. But not all people with disabilities can do the same without assistive technologies. Adaptive keyboards, voice recognition, joysticks, screen readers, and other accessibility tools have been developed to provide more accessibility for disabled users.

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Accessibility

Customizing your site to align with WCAG 2.0.

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Usability Testing

User testing through external tools to increase performance.

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What is website accessibility?

In place for more than three decades, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires accessibility considerations when it comes to jobs, structures, and other aspects of life. It wasn’t until the turn of this century that governmental bodies turned their attention to the internet.

Today, website accessibility is just as important as the accessibility of your brick-and-mortar establishment. Applying alt text to images, installing media players with accessibility support, and allowing users to increase the size of the font on your site are just a few of the ways to ensure all users can interact with your site.

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Website accessibility services protect your business.

At Webfor, we believe providing an accessible website is the right thing to do. It’s also good business.

We incorporate World Wide Web Consortium guidelines on all new website builds. These guidelines are a fact of life. Major players in the education, entertainment, and restaurant industries have all been taken to court because of inaccessible websites.

Web Accessibility Audit Process

Did you know that California laws even protect users with disabilities from websites that are based in other states? A Webfor accessibility audit on your existing site is an evaluation of how well a website supports the needs of web users with disabilities.

The audit and evaluation process will provide and present actions and recommendations to assure the website meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0) success criteria and techniques. Although these guidelines can be confusing, we provide easy-to-understand solutions.

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Website Accessibility Audit Checks

Alternatives

Do images, videos, and audio files contain alternative options to allow people with disabilities access to the information?

Presentation

Are your color schemes easy to digest? Do header tags hinder screen reading software? Can the text on your webpages be increased without breaking site elements?

User Control

Can your website be used with only a keyboard and no mouse? Do you have content that flashes, scrolls, or moves without the ability to stop it? Can users skip the navigation?

Understandable

Users need to be able to find content and orient themselves by ensuring that each web page has a descriptive title. Are links descriptive? Are there multiple ways to access different pages/information on a website, such as a search bar, navigation menus, sitemaps, breadcrumbs, etc.?

Predictability

Functions of the site are easily identifiable, there is consistent navigation, form errors are easily recognized and addressed, and users must be able to control changes and inputs. (A form can’t be submitted upon completion; it must be told to do so.)

You wouldn’t balk at putting ramps at your entrance or handrails in your restrooms to improve accessibility for your customers as well as employees. Why neglect them when they come to your website? Doesn’t it make sense to help those looking to buy your products or use your services?

We help people. That means you, too. Get in touch for a free consultation and discovery session.

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What our customers say ... says it all.

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“Webfor did an amazing job building the website for our youth career center. Following our brand guidelines, they created an eye-catching and appealing site and offered suggestions to make the site user-friendly and compatible with mobile devices – which is what most of our audience will use to access the site. Stellar professionals, they know their stuff and we would use them again.”

Julia Maglione / Workforce Southwest Washington
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