What is web accessibility?
A website is accessible when people with disabilities can effectively navigate and engage with the content and functionality.
Making your website accessible can benefit your organization by increasing your potential audience, reducing the risks of legal action, and demonstrating social responsibility. Many of the design principles that make a website more accessible also increase the usability of the site for people without disabilities.
How can I find out if my website is accessible?
iBeta can evaluate some or all of the pages on your website for accessibility issues. Each page will be inspected using a checklist based on the WCAG 2.0 – Web Content Accessibility Guidelines created by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). iBeta can also evaluate pages based on the Section 508 Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standards.
The results of the evaluation will be delivered to you listing the PASS or FAIL status of each checklist item for every page tested. Discovered accessibility issues will include references to the relevant guidelines.
Contact us for more information about the accessibility of YOUR site.