Enhance your website’s user experience for everyone, regardless of ability.
Get a beautiful new website that both looks great and meets WCAG 2.1 success criteria.
Why Web Accessibility? While compliance is not yet universal, we encourage our clients to make the extra investment in accessibility because 1) It opens the doors of your business to the millions who already use assistive technology and 2) It readies your business for the larger wave of potential customers aging into accessible technologies.
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Web Accessibility Services
We can work with you to audit, upgrade, and certify your current website, or build a new website that meets WCAG 2.1 Level A, AA, or AAA success criteria. We also offer consulting services if you’re looking to bring your own development team up to speed. We also partner with a specialty agency that focuses exclusively on website accessibility. Visit Accessible Web to learn more.
Custom website development using our own WCAG-conforming starter theme
Ongoing accessibility management using Accessible Web’s Accessibility Center
Automated site scanning + internal audit to cover all bases
Accessibility training and written guides for designers, developers, and content producers
The Vermont Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Project, housed at UVM’s Center on Disability and Community Inclusion, focuses on supporting all students, including those with disabilities, to be fully included in schools so they can achieve academic and social success. Kudos to Bytes.co for creating a website for us that upholds our goals to make our content accessible to all.
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