We get a kick out of auditing sites and apps for accessibility. Truly!
Finding issues then providing advice to fix it all up is super-satisfying.
We’ll tell you how your site measures up against international standards like the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0 or WCAG 2.1 ). But we don’t stop there – we also report on best practices we’ve collected over years of working with users and assistive technology.
We don’t just aim for WCAG compliance; we’ll help you give the best possible experience to your users.
An Intopia digital accessibility audit is so much more than a defect list. Like Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists, we give you all the details:
- Who each issue affects
- What the root cause is
- When and where it happens
- Why it’s a problem
- How to fix it
Armed with that info, you can fix things accurately and fast. We prioritise the issues, so you know what to tackle first.
Our detectives use the latest assistive technology, accessibility tools and manual techniques to find issues. Our audit reports include screen shots and code snippets from your site, not generic examples.
Testing with users
Standards, checklists and best practices are all awesome, but there’s nothing like handing your website or app over to users for some real-world feedback. We run task-based sessions to find out what the practical problems are. Observing these sessions (live, if you have a usability lab, or recorded) is really instructive for your whole team. You might be surprised how people really use their screen readers and magnifiers. For one thing, they don’t always listen to long announcements to the end!