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Testing and Reporting

Whether you just want to improve your accessibility, or are looking for support through the legal system, we’ve got you covered with our testing and reporting services.

Code Revision

We can fix your accessibility issues for you. We can work on most platforms and languages to provide your users with the most accessible experience.

Accessibility Monitoring

For websites that are contently producing new content, which should be all of them, it’s important to monitor the new content to ensure your site stays accessible.
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Why Accessibility?

15% higher customer engagement

Who doesn’t want 15% more market share? Have you thought about how accessibility issues might impact your target market? An average of 15% of users are impacted by one more difficulties that impact their use of the internet.

Better SEO Scores

With the rise of global concern over web accessibility, search engines have started calculating this into your SEO score. Give your SEO strategy a boost by incorporating accessibility into your design and development projects.

Qualify for Government Contracts

Section 508 requires all government vendors and contractors to have WCAG 2.0 compliant websites. We’re currently meeting 2.1 requirements in anticipation of an update to Section 508 of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act).
Lawsuit Settlements
Target: $6m
Disney: $1.55m
Netflix: $795k
H&R Block: $145k
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News & Updates

DOJ Makes Accessibility More Confusing

Just yesterday, the DOJ finally responded to the two letters sent to them from members of Congress, asking for a decision on how accessibility regulations apply to private sector websites. Existing regulations about physical accessibility have previously been applied to websites of any Government and government-funded institutions, however no official decision has ever been made on … Read more DOJ Makes Accessibility More Confusing

Speak Out Loud for Visually Impaired Users

Unless you're using a screen-reader, you have no idea that the first sentence of this article is actually: "This is an icon that depicts volume increasing." We've been on this kick lately where we talk to ourselves while we read every element on a web page that we create. We're using it to develop our ... Read more Speak Out Loud for Visually Impaired Users

Why I’m not worried about WCAG 2.1

Hi everyone, Richard here, Founder and CEO of AccessibiliBuddy. If you’ve been following accessibility news, you might have seen that the new Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 guidelines have been published and are expected to be ratified in June. Following this announcement, here’s quick FAQ on what questions I’ve been getting from clients and … Read more Why I’m not worried about WCAG 2.1