WCAG 2.1 Testing & Managed Services
Website Accessibility Services
Is your site accessible to users with disabilities?
Around 8.1 million Americans have a vision impairment and 7.6 million have some form of hearing impairment. This means that if your website is not meeting WCAG compliance guidelines, you could be missing out on over 15 million users in America alone. Is your web design costing you traffic?
There are a lot of factors that go into making your website more user-friendly for those with certain impairments.
- Users with visual impairments may have trouble reading your page if there isn’t enough color contrast.
- Some users may rely on assistive technologies like screen readers, magnifiers, or Braille display, which requires a properly configured website
- Users who are deaf or hard of hearing may not be able to hear the audio in videos and rely on captions.
- Users who have difficulty with fine motor skills may rely on keyboard navigation.
Is your website following WCAG and ADA compliance guidelines?
Understanding and maintaining accessibility compliance is an ongoing effort. To assist your team with locating and correcting compliance errors, Global Reach provides accessibility compliance web services ranging from full-service compliance reviews to hourly consultation, as well as compliance reviews and training. Our website accessibility managed services offer reviews to meet your specific needs, whether it’s a one-time occurrence or recurring reviews.
Looking for the best website development and custom web design?
The SiteViz Content Management System is built to support Section 508, ADA, and WCAG compliant standards. Additionally, it’s secure, easy to use, and features a responsive web design. SiteVz provides you with the tools that you need to maintain optimum accessibility so all users can access your content.
Create tables of content for long pages, allowing for easy page scanning.
Ordered & unordered lists
Use the right type of list for the right type of information.
Proper section headings help those using assistive technology understand the page structure.
Customize page and window titles
Describe page content so all users can find what they’re looking for.
Include image descriptions
Not everyone can see images - SiteViz allows you to embed a description that screen readers can detect.
Show users where links will take them
Let all users know where a link will lead with a clear context.
Are You Ready to Make Your Web Content More Accessible?
Contact Global Reach today!