FREE 15 Minute Website Accessibility Check
Is Your Website Accessible?
Having an accessible website is a really important way to maximise the number of customers who will do business with you or buy your products.
Common sense states that if people can’t use your site or easily find what they’re looking for on your site they’ll go somewhere else – to your competitors maybe. And we’re not just talking about those with disabilities here – elderly people can find some websites difficult to use.
But if you are not a website developer how do you check or improve the accessibility of a website? One answer would be ask someone to do an accessibility check for you – and that’s where we can help.
Like a FREE 15 Minute Accessibility Check?
If you’d like someone to help you test the accessibility of your website then why not take advantage of our free website accessibility check offer. We’re offering this no-obligation service to businesses and individuals at the moment.
When we carry out the 15 minute accessibility test on your website we’ll cover the following:
- We’ll look at the Home Page and one or two other key pages of your site.
- Using assistive technologies (such as screen readers) and other tools we’ll check for the commonest and most important accessibility problems.
- We’ll report back to you what we’ve found with some recommendations as to how to improve the accessibility of your website.
That’s it. You’re free to keep our accessibility recommendations.
How to Sign Up for your FREE 15 Minute Web Accessibility Test
To sign up for a free 15 minute accessibility check for your website please call us on +44(0) 1483 856613 or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer you can fill out the form on our Contact Us page.
We’ll book you into our schedule and take some key details from you. After the accessibility test is completed we’ll email you the results.
Please Note: A 15 minute one or two page check can only give an indication as to the accessibility of a website and outline key difficulties that some disabled or elderly people may experience using the site. It is not a full accessibility test and the results will not guarantee that your website meets all of the necessary accessibility guidelines or legal requirements.
Read Our Accessibility Blog Posts
- Accessibilty vs Usability - Nov 30th, 2009
- Text for Screen Readers Only - Dec 6th, 2009
- Using Headings Properly - Dec 17th, 2009
- Key Differences Between WCAG1.0 and WCAG2.0 - Dec 22nd, 2009
- Accessibility London Unconference 2010 - Oct 12th, 2010
- Providing Skip Links in Your Pages - Oct 14th, 2010
- Order of Page Components - Oct 20th, 2010
- Alternate Text for Images - Nov 17th, 2010
- Web Accessibility – Types of Disability - Nov 26th, 2010
- Cognitive Support Technology for Older People - Dec 20th, 2010
- Designing and Building Accessible Forms - Apr 12th, 2011
- Accessible Forms – Should Every Input Have a Label? - Apr 15th, 2011
- Accessible Forms – Checkboxes and Radio Buttons - Apr 26th, 2011
- Accessible Forms – Selects or Dropdowns - May 24th, 2011
- Evolving Standards in Accessibility 2011 – Part 1 - May 26th, 2011
- Evolving Standards in Accessibility 2011 – Part 2 - May 27th, 2011
- Accessible Forms – Grouping Options With Optgroup - Aug 24th, 2011
- Accessibility London 2011 Unconference is Coming Soon - Aug 25th, 2011
- Accessibility London 2011 Presentations - Oct 7th, 2011
- Accessible Forms – Grouping Elements Together With Fieldset - Oct 11th, 2011
- WordPress Keyboard Accessible Dropdown Menus Plugin Version 0.1 - Dec 1st, 2011
- WordPress and Accessibility – a11yLDNmeetup December 1st 2011 - Dec 2nd, 2011
- Specification for an Accessible Lightbox - Dec 16th, 2011
- ‘Fix The Web’ In Struggle For Survival - Dec 16th, 2011
- Website In 1 Day is Launched - Apr 23rd, 2012
- Harnessing Themes, Plugins and Features to Make WordPress More Accessible - Apr 24th, 2012
- WordPress Admin Menu Accessibility Plugin Version 0.1 - Apr 26th, 2012
- Raising a WordPress Trac Ticket for Accessibility Issues - Jul 17th, 2012
- WordPress and Web Accessibility: Why It’s Important – WordCamp UK 2012 - Jul 17th, 2012
- Work starting on WordPress 3.5 – Now is the time to raise those accessibility tickets. - Jul 19th, 2012
- WordPress 3.5 Accessibility Update – November 2012 - Nov 19th, 2012
- Why None of the External Links on this Website Open in a New Window - Dec 4th, 2012
- WordPress Permanently Visible Log Out Link Plugin – Version 0.1 - Feb 15th, 2013