Web Accessibility Audits

Audit Option One - Summary Audit

  • An examination of the ‘front-end’ site, as seen by the visitor, against the WCAG 2.0 criteria
  • Background information on Web Accessibility and the W3C Standards
  • Summary information on
    • Assistive Technologies
    • Accessible Adobe Writer Documents
  • Audit Summary
  • Observations
    • Audit Result
    • Recommendations
  • Conclusion

Audit Option Two - Intermediate Audit

  • Two Page Executive Summary
  • An examination of the ‘front-end’ site, as seen by the visitor, against the WCAG 2.0 criteria
  • Background information on Web Accessibility and the W3C Standards
  • Summary information on
    • Assistive Technologies
    • Accessible Adobe Writer Documents
  • Audit Summary
  • Detailed Observations
    • Audit Result
    • Recommendations
    • Detailed Actions and Advice on implementation of Recommendations for Web Development Staff.
  • Conclusion
  • Summary Table of the audit and the actions required.

Audit Option Three - Full Audit

In addition to the Intermediate Audit, a Full Audit would typically include:

  • An examination of your CMS
  • A review of documented Staff procedures
  • Interviews with key personnel regarding Content Management Strategy and Practices.

Depending on the size and complexity of your website, a full audit would typically require 1-2 days on-site, followed by approximately 2-4 days follow-up examination and report write-up.
The Full Audit Report also includes:

  • Detailed Accessibility Requirements for each Audit Checkpoint
  • Guide to assistive technologies
  • Recommendations on Content management and Working practices