Web Accessibility Audit

Web AccessibilityAccordingly with the World Wide Web Consortium’s international standards and guidelines they introduced (WCAG 2.0), all the websites should be accessible not only for people with disabilities but also for all user agents, which are special programs that for example read the content of a website to a blind person. The guidelines concern the site construction and by meeting the presented standards the website becomes fully accessible for the disabled, for example for the blind, the visually impaired, the people with reduced mobility or the dyslexics.

Also, non-governmental institutions put an effort to make their websites accessible for the disabled. Despite the obvious benefits of increasing the number of the potential customers and improvement of the image of the company, the adjusted websites may appear higher in Google search results or become clearer when accessed via mobile devices.


After the audit you will be provided with a proper evaluation concerning:

Following the guidelines

Information what and in which section should be corrected on the website to make it more accessible according to the WCAG 2.0. At customers’ requests we can also provide customers with the fragments of HTML code that underwent changes

A report on usability of the site with tests conducted using the most popular browsers and the most commonly used voicing systems as well as magnifying programs, which are used by the blind and the visually impaired. The report would be written by the group of our specialists.


Moreover, we can also offer consultations during implementation of the changes on the website. We can also implement the changes ourselves.

To get more information contact us at audit@altix.pl