Our team will take a look through the existing product. They’ll document findings, have suggestions for steps forward, and help your team implement updates. Our audits cover:
- Severity, scope, and priority of impact
- Applicable Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Criterion
- Real-world examples of how issues affects your users
- Suggested fixes
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Considering permanent and temporary disabilities, circumstance, and underlying biases makes for stronger, more successful products. Our team can help you work through your assumptions to identify oversight and risk.
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Not sure how accessible your product is? Our checklist is a great starting point, and provides links to resources to help you along your way.
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