A web accessibility audit evaluates a digital asset for accessibility to people with disabilities. The audit may be for a website, web application, mobile app, desktop application, or any product that contains a user interface. The audit typically involves reviewing the digital assets’ content, design, and code to identify any barriers that may prevent people with disabilities from accessing or using the site. Audit Motivation There are many reasons why[…]READ MORE about Accessibility Asked and Answered: What is a Web Accessibility Audit?
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Inclusive Design for WordPress Websites: Tips and Strategies for Accessibility
Since its release in 2003, WordPress has evolved as a platform primarily for bloggers to the most used content management system for business websites. The breadth of businesses utilizing WordPress for their online engagement spans brands from Barnes and Noble, to Nike and the NBA. As the platform continues to grow its user base year over year, the choices developers make from theme selection to plug-ins can have significant impact[…]READ MORE about Inclusive Design for WordPress Websites: Tips and Strategies for Accessibility
Why Every Product Needs a VPAT
In today’s purchasing market, accessibility is an increasingly important factor for companies looking to sell their products and services to government agencies, universities, and other organizations that care about accessibility. Many organizations now require a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) during the purchasing process to assess the accessibility of a product or service and determine if it meets their accessibility requirements. A VPAT is a document that provides detailed information on the accessibility of a product[…]READ MORE about Why Every Product Needs a VPAT
Digital Accessibility Checklist: 10 Critical Elements to Evaluate for Website Accessibility
Missing These Ten Areas Puts Your Website at Risk Inaccessible websites and applications not only reduce your opportunity to reach a growing segment of the population—they put your organization at legal risk. We’ve written this accessibility checklist to help you better understand the fundamental categories that make online content easier to navigate, use, and understand by individuals with disabilities. Many of these categories are often overlooked when developing online content. A full-scale web accessibility[…]READ MORE about Digital Accessibility Checklist: 10 Critical Elements to Evaluate for Website Accessibility