UX and Design Accessibility Reviews
The best time to address accessibility is before you build. Shift Left and review your designs to catch any problems early.
Start your projects off the right way
UX and design accessibility reviews can help your team:
- Identify potential accessibility issues before they are a problem
- Plan for greater accessibility across the entire brand
- Create the right foundation for coding a site to technical accessibility
- Reduce your ADA compliance risk
- Minimize digital accessibility costs over the site's lifetime
Why prioritize UX and design accessibility?
At any given time, most companies are not in the process of redesigning a brand new website. But as long as you are, the simplest and most cost-effective way to have a compliant website is to build it that way in the first place. It sure beats having to audit and remediate later.
- Making your organization’s site inclusive is the right thing to do!
- Optimize your engagement, conversions and sales on existing traffic by better serving the 20% of Americans with disabilities.
- Reduce your risk of lawsuits under the ADA
- Improve the site user experience (and technical SEO) for your entire audience!
How do UX and design accessibility reviews work?
Our team reviews and assesses wireframes and designs for:
- Brand and color accessibility
- Accessible navigation page structure and wayfinding
- Form accessibility
- Login and authentication accessibility
- Technical and content accessibiilty barriers
- Other potential issues and how to avoid them
We also document the do’s, don’ts, and “be carefuls” for your development team to ensure that they build to 100% WCAG compliance. If you want, we can even do a mini-assessment to make sure it was all done right!
What does it cost?
Accessibility review costs vary based on the number of templates and pages, but they are always an extremely cost-effective approach to accessibility. We offer options suitable for organizations of all types from nonprofits to small businesses to Fortune 500.
Many businesses can also take advantage of the Disabled Access Credit to receive up to 50% of their accessibility investment back in federal tax credits.
Speaking with an expert is risk free and costs nothing. Our first step is to make sure you even need a web accessibility audit.
Other Accessibility Services
We can put together a cost-effective package to save you time, effort and money as you incorporate accessibility into other parts of your organization.