Document Accessibility

Meet WCAG compliance and win back your customers by converting your documents into accessible formats
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Document Accessibility

Our document accessibility process involves and Accessibility audit and Remediation of the your document.

The final output will be accompanied with a HTML compliance report of all the detailed changes that take place during the remediation.

What formats do we work with?

  • PDF documents
  • InDesign
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint

Why choose us?

  1. Extensive experience
  • Multi column text
  • Complex tables spanning over multiple pages like financial reports and economic data
  • Static and dynamic forms
  1. Turn-around time of 3-5 business days
  2. Affordable pricing.

Our Process

Our process

What you will get with a Web Accessibility Audit

WCAG 2.1 Level A and AA

We audit against the WCAG 2.1 Level A and AA success criteria to achieve compliance

Automated Testing

Performed with intelligent automated testing tools for faster turnaround times

Screen Reader Testing

We perform screen reader testing as a final level of Quality Assurance on your documents

Manual Quality Check

Employ a double-blind comparison method for text extraction that guarantees 99.95% accuracy

Optical Character Recognition

We employ OCR technology to convert images into Accessible text formats

Compliance Reports

Specific and detailed number of issues that were discovered and how we fixed them

Structured Navigation

Tagged Heading, Hyperlink texts, Alt text, Lists, Columns to provide structured navigation for a screen reader user

Real-time Delivery

Get files delivered on a rolling basis as new batches are uploaded

Latest Blog Post

5 RULES OF ARIA

5 RULES OF ARIA

ARIA stands for Accessible Rich Internet Application. ARIA is a collection of attributes and roles that act as add-ons to complement HTML for complex web

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