Web Accessibility Testing & Inclusive Design
User Evaluation, Training, Consulting & Ongoing Support.
Advocating for an Inclusive Web
Experts in Inclusive Design & Web accessibility
We provide Website and Application Accessibility Testing, Consultancy & Developer Training Services for Businesses & Government. We test Online Digital Assets & Mobile Apps against WCAG 2.0 Guidelines Level A, AA to ensure Inclusive Digital Experiences.
Web Accessibility Testing
We test front end HTML code websites, web applications & mobile sites against WCAG 2.0 Guidelines Level A, AA.
UX Design / Wireframe Testing
We test your Designs & UX Wireframes to ensure your designs consider a widest range of online users.
UX Designer & Developer Training
We provide Inclusive Design Training for UX Designer, Developers & Content Authors.
Web Content Audits
We perform full digital content audits across all assets and documents ensure all the content is accessible.
Comprehensive WCAG 2.0 Finding Reports
We compile comprehensive findings reports that highlight accessibility non compliances whilst offering technical recommendations with applicable code fixing solutions.
Conducting Prototype Usability Testing Session on wireframes and prototypes to ensure your assets are built inclusively
Everything You need to Know about Web Accessibility - We Have Great Answers
A Roadmap for Inclusive Design & Web Accessibility Testing
Web Accessibility Testing is a subset of Usability Testing that considers are people with all abilities and disabilities. The significance of this testing is to ensure Inclusivity across all digital assets.
Automated Testing is the high level testing of digital assets using Automated Accessibility Tools to identify “low hanging” fruit or basic non compliances.
Manual Web Accessibility testing goes deeper and wider than automated tools scans to identify potential barriers in web content.
No. Inclusive or Accessible Web Designs will generally result in cleaner website, that is easier to navigate and use, especially persons with disabilities.
Pay more attention to the contrast between colors and backgrounds than the choice of colors in the design. Additionally, ensure that color alone is not exclusively used o convey information. Also, avoid excessive use of flashing elements to convey information.
Visual Impairments: A partial or total inability to see or perceive colors or colour contrasts.
Hearing Impairments: A partial or total inability to hear or perceive sound
Motor Skills/Physical Disabilities: Inability or difficulty to precisely physically operate limbs or moving parts of their bodies such as including making precise movements (e.g. using a mouse).
Photosensitivity & Seizures: Conditions that are easily triggered flashing lights or animations such as epilepsy that can cause seizures.
Cognitive Disabilities: Conditions that affect a users cognitive abilities such as such as dementia and dyslexia.
Web accessibility and On Page Search Engine Optimization (SEO) are both about about ensuring web content is optimized for the end user. Search Engines crawlers and Assistive Technologies both read web content in the same way and rely on content structure, semantics, and functionality to determine how relevant the content is to the end user.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are developed through the W3C process in cooperation with individuals and organizations around the world, with a goal of providing a single shared standard for web content accessibility that meets the needs of individuals, organizations, and governments internationally.