Web Accessibility. For a Universally Accessible Web.
The ultimate goal of web accessibility is to enable access for as many people as possible. To expand your user base, increase conversion rates, gain an edge over competitors, get ahead of legal regulations and to make a difference by committing to accessibility.
of all people have disabilities
people in the EU have disabilities
of top 10 websites are inaccessible
lost by corporates due to lack of accessibility
We recommend taking accessibility aspirations one step at a time and starting with the essentials. We consider every product’s point of departure and accessibility targets individually. After an initial assessment with automated and manual accessibility testing – including native assistive technology users – we map out the journey towards improving the accessibility of your digital platform, together, with an iterative approach.
Web accessibility is an ongoing process, not a milestone to reach or a checkbox to tick. The aim is to maintain web accessibility through continuous tracking, maintenance and improvements. We’ll be there along the way.- Zsófia Gugán, Project Manager & Accessibility Expert, Amazee Labs
Website Accessibility Checks and Accessibility Audits
Identify main accessibility barriers across your site based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and understand where improvements are needed.
- Automatic and manual testing
- Native assistive technology user testing
- Issue report
- Remediation strategy recommendations
- Live demonstration
Accessible Web Design and Development Services
Start web accessibility implementation as early in the project life cycle as possible. May it be for remediation action or new implementations, take accessibility into account right from the start for maximum efficiency and the best possible result!
- Inclusive design
- Focus on semantics
- Continuous accessibility testing during the development process