Fonts and web accessibility go hand in hand, other than font and background contrast ratio. Font sizing is as important for users with visual impairments
Web Accessibility Audit
WCAG Accessibility Audit
The audit process analyzes your website’s user interface, design transformations, and native mobile apps. We employ high-level automated, and manual testing to evaluate your web application.
The audit report will contain detailed information on the problems on the site along with code-level snippets and recommendations on how to fix the issues.
Depending on the location of your business, we test against the specific regulations that govern accessibility laws in the country. Our experts are well versed in the laws surrounding ADA, AODA, EN 301 549 and other standards. If you are unsure which standard your business needs to conform to, we strongly recommend adhering to the WCAG 2.1 Level AA success criteria.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are a set of global recommendations developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) through the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) to make web content accessible for people with disabilities.
Accessibility audits aren’t something any developer can know just by looking at your site. It takes more time and work to inspect how really it affects the user experience for people with disabilities. When an audit is done properly, the auditor tests every element on the application to make sure they deliver the UX as expected. To have a professional accessibility audit done, hire a digital accessibility consultant to assess how well your website and apps meet the needs of disabled users.
What you will get with a Web Accessibility Audit?
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